The Long Goodbye

Okay, so nobody ever accused me of being good with time.

I’ve owed this blog a windup post for a long time, but have been putting it off because it’s hard to know where to start.  So I guess I’ll just start with the truth:  My days at the Farmhouse Farm are over.

As I announced almost a year ago in this post, my new home and farm project is in Powell River, back in my homeland of rainforest, islands, and eccentric, marginal people who live on boats.  Being back in the country (and away from electricity!) has been such good food for my soul, and it’s taken me this long to look back and reflect on all the wonderful things that happened to me because of this project, and this blog.

Running the Farmhouse Farm was one of the most rewarding experiences of my life.  I learned so much, met so many people, and have come out of it with such a sense of independence and strength.  I want to say thank you from the bottom of my heart to everyone who was a part of it, from buying shares to attending workshops to working in the garden; I learned so much from each and every one of you and I’m grateful every day for all of my experiences.

There are exciting things brewing up here, and I will keep posting to this blog occasionally with directions on where to head in the internetosphere to keep abridged of what’s going on.  Thanks so much for all the love and support; I could not have done it without you.