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short post this time as the majority of January was spent pruning the olive trees, cutting and storing wood. some of this wood will be used for the construction of a fence around the “food forest” wannabe part of the olive grove. More on this hopefully in the following post as it ll be the main project for at least February.

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horseshit you say ? to me it looks like the best natural plaster I ve seen ! you take some nice red clay and sieve it for a few days

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go get some shit

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mix it together

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and you get shear beauty !

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and the names of all that contributed so far are already built in the walls now

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in the garden department, the spring/summer nurseries started early this year, mid january with many onions, hopefully providing enough for part of next year. but since they were so many we run out of space, so we had to built another coldframe for the other summer veggies that are seeded these days.

This time it was built from metal to make the frame last longer,

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many things happening in the background and will be presented when ready ! till next month here go some more photos (see if you can spot the land rover in the last photo)

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