Blog Posts - Rural Life



Decrepitude

Lest anyone think that I am living the dream, here is a part of it that is more nightmare. This is one of the walls the so-called wash house at the cottage. Built at the same time as the main house around 1800, it was probably exactly that – somewh...
by Spring Cottage on Oct 26, 2012

Agro-Tour (Farmstay) Road Trip..

Have you ever wonder where food comes from? I know you know that, of course, everything comes from the farms. But have you ever really seen them grow from the soil, watched them develop each leaf, or waited eagerly for … Continue reading →...
by India Travel Blog on Aug 1, 2012

Agro-Tour (Farmstay) Road Trip..

On the weekend, try a self-drive tour, taking farms and rural villages hidden along highways. You will be amazed by a great experience a short drive can bring you. When you see ingredients you regularly use spreading throughout acres of … Conti...
by India Travel Blog on Aug 1, 2012

Rural Life At Peaceful Forest

The heart of the homestead! Living in a rural setting as this, our horses are used to just hearing the sounds of nature. The sounds of the birds, the frogs, the owls or coyotes at night. None of those sounds scare them at all. They are comfortable...
by Homesteading On The Internet on Jun 14, 2012

Joining in

Casting my mind back to this time last year, the UK was gripped with royal wedding fever and a heatwave. Today dawned grey, miserable and windy, with a fog so thick, early on, that I couldn’t clearly make out the other side of the lane. Today,...
by Spring Cottage on Apr 28, 2012

Where do you get the energy?

Well, around here, it comes in a huge tanker that blocks the lane while the oil tank is filled. Having lived all my life in a city, where the most involvement you have with your energy supply is letting the meter reader in, having to worry about whet...
by Spring Cottage on Apr 14, 2012

Where do you get the energy?

Well, around here, it comes in a huge tanker that blocks the lane while the oil tank is filled. Having lived all my life in a city, where the most involvement you have with your energy supply is letting the meter reader in, having to worry about whet...
by Spring Cottage on Apr 14, 2012

Thatta Kedona Project - Empowering Women of Rural Pakistan

Written by Syed Asghar Javed Shirazi  The cluster of mud and brick houses in the plains of Punjab, Thatta Ghulamka Dheroka (TGD) looks like a typical Pakistani village about 80 kilometres away from Lahore and 40 kilometres from Indus civil...
by Jaho Jalal on Mar 16, 2012


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