Taking my public splurges off-grid with the rest of my life. More to come…
Water. Can’t live without it. Astonishing that we humans have managed and allowed to turn this life source into a commodity. It is bought and sold and stolen and made inaccessible to so many. In many places of mass-capitalistic consumption, you can buy soda for less than potable water… What I find most insane is […]
Our little peace in Peacham is about a half mile up a dirt road, then another half mile beyond that, past the houses and the cow pastures, through the woods, around the bend…then, eventually…you are there. The town doesn’t plow that last half a mile, because…who’d be crazy enough to live there in the winter […]
I live in a poem.
Since purchasing this piece of Peacham land that was ravaged by loggers some years back, the new growth of brambles and young sapling trees was clearly going to need to be managed. Somehow. I loathe the idea of burning fuel to brush hog and till it, so this past spring we brought in some goats […]
This past spring, I took the leap and decided to bring two piglets back to our piece of Peacham. The impetus was really that the goats had cleared an area of land of brush, and I wanted to see if pigs would really till it over to save me the tractor work and shoveling. I […]
A morning meditation meander through the woods…