Since my iMovie won’t export any videos I’ll give an update via blog post.
Currently we are in Ballingeary, Ireland. Ballingeary is a small village about 65k west of Cork. Cork one of Ireland’s larger cities and it is south of Dublin by a few hours. Our new host is a kilometer outside of town.
Our host Sean has a lovely property that is full of life. There are plenty of goats, dogs and chickens to take care of and play around with? So far our days consist of milking, cleaning the goat house and playing with the animals. Three of the goats need milking and some of the chickens are for eggs while others are for eating. We may get to slaughter our first chicken soon…gulp.
Karen and I will be here for the month of July and then moving on about 25k south. Looking forward to a great month here in SW Ireland.
…and we’ll see you on the road.
You can read our latest essay here from Transition Voice Magazine.
Karen and I are interviewed for the upcoming movie “Somwhere In New Mexico Before The End Of Time.”
This blog post was written by a friend of ours who shared some time with us on our first homesteading experience.
Here is the full program of my ASU presentation. It includes Guy McPherson and some short clips that were shown between presentations.
Mike’s presentation at ASU this past January.
Mike and Karen travel to Winter Count primitive skills camp near Queen Creek, AZ.
Carlos continues the cob structure with foundational work.
Mike is interviewed by Cactus News Online about Chasing A Different Carrot.
Here is a reflection from our first homesteading experience.
7/18/11 We have officially reached the midway point in our visit here on the NM homestead. So far it has been an amazing journey! Here is our latest video.
6/15/11 We have been on the homestead for about two weeks. Check out our latest video below…having some loading issues with YouTube so posted it on Facebook and will work on the YouTube posting later. Click on the link for the video
6/5/11 Well the trip to our first homestead was painless. We arrived around noon on June 2nd, 2011 and were greeted with open arms. Thanks to our hosts for wonderful conversation, food, and lodging. We couldn’t have found better hosts for our first experience.
This short clip includes our launch, arrival, and various work opportunities here in New Mexico. If you don’t have a Facebook account click the link below to view it on YouTube.
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