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As if I didn’t have enough digging to do, I dig a pool by hand, or should I say by foot.

I started this project about 10 years ago, but since we have gotten an unlimited supply of farm water we don’t really need it for that, so it’s been at a stand still for a few years. Now with plenty of time on hand, I am back into it again. More as a landscape feature (garden art) now.

The spiral down-ramp is taking form, but there is quite a bit more to do.

The dirt mound grows.

When the digging is done, the mound will be shaped and planted with grass.

Still life on the deck

For the big garden party today.

Fleamarket

Some are expecting rain

Our food tent

Another food tent

Many artists are already here to set up their projects

My own project – The Zen Dirt Garden

Carefully weeded and cultivated!

The garden partybis a good ocassion to do some extra weeding. One crop circle is looking spiffy anyway.

We didn’t have one last year, but we decided to have another Big Garden Party at Timogarden in Djurby. As usual lots of food, activities, fun, art and music. Everyone is welcome!

Less than 3 weeks to go.

More info on facebook:

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From an earlier year;

Soaking up heat!

And radiating it back out.

Somewhat ephemeral

Happy New Year!

This year we got a storm. Alfrida came and picked up the ‘geodesic dome’ Jens built as an art project at our garden party 2 years ago.

And put it down 10 meters away with a crash.

It was well anchored, we thought. Oh well – ephemeral it is.

Perhaps the last flowers from our garden this year.

Today we found a fun and different market in our neighborhood park (Minatogawa park) – arts and crafts, music, food, and coffee and….




Coffee ceremony


The adress to an organic tea grower near Nara. 

Nan bread with spinach curry lunch

Nan bread oven