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The first spring.

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Posted by Sven Horner about 13 years ago

This is a preview for a little flickr album showcasing some of the things I managed to do in my spare time and lunch breaks. Hope you enjoy it. Feel free to comment anything..

I'll add some text later... again (argh). I lost everything just because I hit the back button on my mouse. And had nearly finished it. :'(

Okay.. this is only a preview. You can find those photos in large that are part of a little flickr album, with more photos of the recent goings-on. You can click on the photos to get them larger. Feel free to comment anything.

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Hannes Dettmann
Hannes Dettmann : hey sven! die fotos sehen super aus, du scheinst da über ein schönes stückchen land zu verfügen, um dich auszutoben... welche vision hast du längerfristig, also wie sieht quasi dein endziel aus? klar ist so ein projekt niemals "abgeschlossen"... aber worauf arbeitest du genau hin? komplette selbstversorgung für eine oder mehrere personen? ich freue mich schon auf weitere updates! weiterhin viel erfolg!
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Sven Horner
Sven Horner : hi hannes. allow to speak german - i think thats what the majority here will understand. yes, its quite nice here.. semi-wild id say. nature was let the freedom to recover a little bit. it could be much worse. Unfortunately this site isnt mine - only the owner allows me to experiment. thats one of the reasons why I want to start slowly here. Convince him, that I take it serious and that I do something useful and do it good. And if it seems like he likes it, Ill see how I can expand. Up to know I restricted it to about 100 square meters. That has been enough work anyway by the way. What Im dreaming about is.. maybe it could all become some kind of demonstration site for permaculture in this area. Maybe its possible to create a network of people exchanging self produced food from gardens that I helped create? Or we could open a little restaurant? I have had some ideas.. I keep myself open for them but try to let it all grow, wherever it is growing.
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