Sailing the farm tribe - Week 34 2010.
Late august 2010. 6-7 people from europe and south america has been
here last weeks and we suddenly start to feel that summer is soon
over. It has been raining almost every day last week but thankfully
the boatbuilding shed is waterproof.
We are now working on painting the barn and fixing the roof. Not easy
when its 15 meter to the top, but with an expert english scaffold girl
this part goes forward fast. Our small garden is soon ready for
harvest and we have some blue and rasperry raids into the forest so we
will hopefully not run out of jam for the next month or so.
Last week the girls found out that a real boat should have a real
galleon figure and since one of them are an metal artist she think it
would be nice to cast it in aluminium. One of the other girls act as a
model. Sofar it looks nice in plaster, and we look forward to see how
real it will be in aluminium. That blue plaster stuff is amazing.
Thanks to everyone who sent us tips for eco villages. Hopefully some
will be interested in our journey and maybe even want to participate
in our sea gypsy project.
We have some space for late september and onwards if you are
interested in joining this cool sea-gypsy project. Just drop us a line.
Peace and love from
Pictures from last week: James and Jane Bond with license to screw,
Miss plasterface (Our female galleon model) and our metal artist
posing outside the boat.
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Navigare necesse est, vivere non est necesse
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