Sunday, 17 August 2008

Community Garden

Yesterday was the grand opening of our local Community Garden down in the village. It was such a beautiful day, to stroll through the shady forest behind the market, with lots of local feral faeries flittering around.

30 community garden forest

At the entrance we passed by a bunch of kids playing in a lovely hobbit cubby house.

33 community garden cubbyA bunch of folk from our homeschooling group were there, making a pottery workshop.

36 community garden pottery There were lots of people, and a great energy going around40 community garden space

Some random acts of music37 community garden jam

Lots of people working together to get things happening, and establish garden beds

43 community garden work

41 community garden watering

The kids had a great time running around the herb spiral42 community garden spiral

And painting handprints on the tree mural

45 community garden handprints

The day finished up with all the hippies sitting around for drumming

46 community garden hippies

It was a great day! I really love the community we live in :)

13 comments:

  1. How wonderful! Before DS, I was way in to community gardening. Now we just do a little guerrilla gardening around our condo complex. Hope to get back into it soon. LOVE the herb spiral ... I dream of herb spirals and medicine wheel gardens!!

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  2. I have been enjoying reading your blog so much. I have passed along an award so that others can enjoy and be inspired too.

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  3. How wonderful people coming together to grow and share food.
    Very interesting place you live..
    Very different from my world.

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  4. I love the herb spiral. There is a community garden at Katommba that has a little herb spiral which is raised and tiered. I would love to do something like that in my garden one day (when I get my own place!).

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  5. Looks like a wonderful day! How lucky you are to live in such a unique community! Love the tree mural, and the hobit house, very nice!

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  6. I love the tree mural, so colourful. I think that I would enjoy the pottery the most. Creating objects with our hands is so rewarding :-)

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  7. Majik,

    I just wanted to let you know that my Xanga site has been deleted (by myself) and that my new blog home will be on Blogger itself.

    Peace
    Carol

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  8. what an amazing community! i am new here, i really love your blog:)

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  9. I just started reading your blog. Wonderful! You are doing all the things that I dream of. I am in the process of cleaning out our lifes so that we may be more able to do the things we want to do. We are almost done. I plan to read more future posts.

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  10. Fantastic photos mf. I love reading about your community. Would be my husbands dream to live there.

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  11. Sigh. I want to come live with you. I envy your daily life.

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  12. My kind of fun!

    The herb spiral will be fantastic when in full foliage.

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  13. Hi good day ! nice post you have . It's very nice , I have plan to setting up my garden can you give me an idea or steps on how to make it beautiful. i have heard some garden accessories such as garden spinner , wind chimes , wind spinners and many more . I want to try this things in my garden but i don't know how to get the right accessories . I hope you can help me . thank you .

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Thanks for your lovely words, witty banter and entertaining discussion :)