Having been cooped-up way too long, we figured this was a bona fide excuse to get outside & enjoy more time in the wild. Here’s a few of the crew doing their thing…
First up, here’s Celia between the gunwales, keeping well her favourite vegetables & wild flowers aboard her narrow boat… and then high up in the Brecon Beacons on a hike with George.
Here’s Emilija & Mikey in the garden in early June… planting out Greek basil, mint and parsley seeds at golden hour.
Adam out on the trail with grazing squad & his new favourite fleecy friend, Flora the Alpaca.
Next up is Kerry’s little guy Daniel, a budding birdwatcher working hard on his backyard bird feed set-up!
After a long week of isolation in the ping-pen Lucy couldn’t wait to get out for a run & wrap her arms around a tree (safely).
Jayne built a log pile bug-hotel ready for check-ins and planted up a whole load of wild flowers to get the bees buzzing.
Sharron went barefoot, saved a sad bee with a lovin’ spoonful of sugar water and built a water bath for insects & birds.
Simple random acts of wildness help us realise that we need nature and it needs us.
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