Thursday, March 4, 2010

The Creation of our Garden Begins..., episode #389

The creation of our Garden begins. Enjoy...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lMj9FttcUY4

8 comments:

Crystal said...

Wow! I am so happy and excited for you two. I may be a little jealous too, as I only get about 4 months of good gardening weather in Minnesota. Gardening is the best!!! I can't wait to see the results when stuff starts growing. Good luck!!! Cheers!!!

Shawnie said...

Sounds like great fun - Bless you both!

Kristen's Raw said...

YAY!!! So happy for you!!!

Anonymous said...

COOL!! This is by far the most interesting to watch - very exciting and beautiful and INSPIRING. Have fun from here in oz!!

therealmilly said...

This is wonderful to watch, it's such an inspiration to see what is possible, how we can live blissfully. And I believe a tractor used with love is better than a spade used in frustration ... Vilcabamba seems to agree with you both, you look more serene already, and Angela looks so beautiful. I'm excited to see the next instalment! XXX

squara said...

Just love it guys! You have so much land to go at. Really looking forward to seeing what you plant where. It's getting that I am just waiting for the next installemnt instead of weeding my own patch ;)

Brooke said...

I love that garden design! I'm so happy that you both get to grow most of your own food. That is my dream! Anyways, if anyone wants to complain about you 2 using a tractor on your land, they need to step back and look at your intentions. We can still use modern technology without negative side effects as long as we have good, loving intentions. Loving the earth, growing food, and composting are some of the best intentions for Mother Earth so everyone else needs to be quiet about the tractor ;-)

Mike Ross said...

Jerry Brunetti just made a good series of 20 videos, where he exhibits how not tilling the soil and leaving the top 4" of soil with all the bacteria and worms and life, alone, maybe just loosen up the soil directly around the planting, but he shows pictures of crops that were tilled and ones that weren't and the difference is shocking! I remember David Wolfe mention metal degrading the soil, but i think this is a whole other ball of wax.
You should read some Piers Anthony books sometime, they remind me of Equador, the primal thriving life, and thats where science meets magic.