3 thoughts on “A Process in Pictures

  1. The house is beau­ti­ful. Have you con­sid­ered mak­ing your own ren­ders; clay sand manure, lime wash ect? Ben­e­fits being permeability/breathability and of course the aes­thet­ics. The stair­case is amazing. 

    Those ter­races look ready to go! I imag­ine you’ve got many dif­fer­ent micro­cli­mates through­out the land, par­tic­u­lar­ly with all the radi­ant heat those rocks will provide.

  2. Jasun, I decid­ed it’s best to post the pm I was going to send you here. 

    Hiya, per­haps more a note rather than an issue. No option to post via my smart phone. Will access the site via lap­top com­put­er tomor­row and post the nec­es­sary video. 

    Look­ing for­ward to the day you get goats and no longer have to do the clear­ing. Looked after goats as a kid, and they’re amaz­ing­ly good at escap­ing. I used to walk my goat to the local shops. 

    I myself am look­ing at ducks this sum­mer. Mus­covy ducks specif­i­cal­ly. Qui­et and all, inde­pen­dent for­agers, larg­er bird…kill the males. The ducks need a guard, so that’ll require a bloody alpaca, and per­haps if the alpaca is fat and lazy, and not too ter­ri­to­r­i­al, then bring in the goose. 


  3. Lots of close obser­va­tions, & some handy com­par­a­tive mythol­o­gy of land cre­ation­ism. Ducks & goats, spread hooves & flip­pers across the world.

    The word alpaca is new to me.

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