Tree Planting Camps move according to where the trees need to be. We relocated to our first Bush Camp a coupla weeks ago. A change of scenery is not a bad thing, but it was a stark change to say the least. We moved from the farm, where we camped in a lovely grassy orchardContinue reading “Bush Camp”
Category Archives: Work
Keeping the planters fed is more than just putting food out.
A Dog’s Life
Just as I have a job here to take care of the crew by feeding them, Rebecca has established a routine of duties.
Usually, when in town, it’s all business.
Camp Life has a way of accentuating simple pleasures: a nice warm shower, quiet, clear nights, with brilliant stars, an outdoor privy with a nice view. Camp Life, not unlike Boat Life offers simplicity by it’s limitations. On cooking days, I generally don’t leave the camp. My commute is less than 20 steps. I goContinue reading “Simple Things”
Working seasonally is a lot like Summer Camp. There are many people that you only see during your work season. Shenanigans are a given, and there’s a distinct sense of some other place. When you work seasonally, the real world feels left behind. In my current Camp Life, I’m on my own about 90% ofContinue reading “Camp Life”
After the planters leave I clean up breakfast and start working on the next day’s morning meal
Day 1 Shopping
Starting a seasonal kitchen from scratch can seem daunting.
Things I Want To Do
My dreams feel tenuous, like the whole thing could unravel at any time.
I admit, I flirted with going maskless. But it didn’t last long…