The hide at the meadow , nearly finished.
The hide at the wildflower meadow is nearly finished . Outside we just need to stain the last few additions to the cladding and inside we’re half way through the insulation and cladding. After four days hard work ( all the materials and tools had to be carried on to site down a muddy path ) today is definitely a well earned rest day.
We are already planning phase two , the replanting of the northern boarder of the site , which should be another mammoth task , 100 odd trees and shrubs again all having to be man handled onto the site.
Here is a fantastic little video about Andrew Budziak who spends his nights photographing the animals of Toronto, Canada. Taking hundreds of hours to capture one photo, his work requires a tonne of persistence. see the video here
This must be a new fox , he seems totally confused and a little unsure. What is this strange automated brush thing ?
Nature News 1st December 2021 Wood wide web A science mission is set to explore one of the final frontiers of untapped knowledge on the planet – the fungal networks in the soil beneath us. Fungi form an underground network of connections with plant roots, helping to recycle nutrients and to lock up planet-warming CO2 […]