I've had Kentucky on my mind quite a bit lately as Joana and I are preparing to wrap up our family visit/vacation in Portugal. During this time that we weren't physically in Kentucky, we spent a good amount of time focusing and discussing projects there....our log cabin build, ideas for ways in which to design our land, projects we are getting involved in for 2017, and this one that we are SUPER excited to announce, Hands On Earth Permaculture!
The Hands On Earth website is an offering of our skills and services in the form of a customer/client relationship. This relationship is pretty new to us but we are quickly learning the ropes and looking forward to talking with our friends and teachers that have experience in this realm. In general, we are really excited to see who is interested in what we have to offer.
On the flip side, the Hands On Earth blog is a more personal documentation of our land-based journey, intimately reconnecting with nature and actively participating in permaculture on our 62 acres. It is A LOT of land and we have big plans, so there should be lots to share with y'all. Already, so much has happened there in preparation for our log cabin build, the exploring we've done in the beautiful Appalachian foothill forests getting to know constantly learning more of the land and its sublime tranquil beauty.
Joana is a talented photographer and artist so I will be sharing a lot of nice photos of nature on the Hands On Earth blog, as well as what we are engaging in and learning through our land-based journey. Join us!
Meanwhile, I'll leave you with some photos of beautiful Portugal.
Tulip poplar sourced consciously from our land, cut down with an ax -- the beginning of our log cabin and life in Kentucky!