Permaculturing in Portugal

One family's attempts to live in a more planet-friendly way

Latest vegetable harvest …

Latest vegetable harvest from the quinta

It’s suddenly got much colder, particularly in the shadier parts of the quinta. The temperature in the yurt when we wake up in the morning is around 10-12°C and it’s midday before the sun gets around to shining on it. I’m realising that all my chili plants are probably not in the ideal position for ripening … but at least the Evening Primroses are in flower.

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  1. SLBMA October 1, 2010

    Wow, it looks like you have been busy at the quinta! Working hard, but so much fun. We too are also finding the change in season much more noticeable living on the boat… but I’m sure you will agree that there is something so refreshing about living on the inside, but with the outside in such close proximity.

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