I decided to volunteer at Tiger Hill before I left home. I was told that 6 weeks in Tas was too long to cycle about, and it is all good, but my time here is not long enough! it is very interesting to learn more about permaculture and Paul seems to have most of the literature on it. Bill Wollison, the fellow who coined the term permaculture ( from permanent culture and permanent agriculture), is from Tasmania. The course we are catering for is Earthworks and they are surveying the property and getting ready to build a proper dam to help with water catchment and flow.
Working kitchen 2
This will be my last post for awhile, the cel reception at the farm is lame and I am in town today, might be the last time until I get back on my bike on March 4th! Ciao!
The working kitchen
Rocket stove in action
Emma doing it!
2 kinds of wallaby stew…I like the way WordPress puts the photos in in the sequence I put them in….NOT
Me successfully baking all sorts in the pizza oven
Banded Galloway moomoos
madrigal greens, a perennial plant sort of like spinach, I am putting it in everything
Washroom with hot water from a rocket stove
Compost toilet encased in woodshed, beautiful, no?
Kitchen before Emma and I got a hold of it
Antoine, pizza chef supreme
My first night at Tiger Hill just happened to be pizza night! Paul on the right, and Francesca, his mainstay volunteer for the last 3 months, who takes care of the sourdough, kefia and kombucha, plus has an excellent attitude and kind demeanour.