The ground is totally saturated and there is no way I can get on land. All the farms in West Cork seem to have a soft rush problem. We (Ireland, UK and co..) are going through global warming and climate change. I blame the cars. Think there are far too many cars (33 million in UK) and the pollution they give off and causing the weather that leaves you really brassed off. Does anybody agree with me about cars? Are they a necessary evil, convenience or a major polluter/pollutant? Can you really be 'organic' and use fossil fuels? Answers on a postcard or better still, leave a comment. Ta very much.
|My poor 'saturated' and 'over grown' vegetable plot.
|Barn full of 'round bales' of straw for terrier to sleep in, cattle to eat and sleep on and rats to keep warm! Like John Seymour said:
"When you buy hay (straw even!) you buy land."
The film really inspired me to buy brass band cds? Yeah that's right I have a really eclectic music taste ranging from the Nolans, Heavy Rock and BRASS bands. Don't ever book me to be your disc jockey (do they still call em that?) at your 'pie and peas' posh do. To those of you aren't familiar with the word 'do. It's an northern English colloquialism to describe a celebration like a wedding, birthday...
Any road. Another colloquialism. I once went to Salisbury Cathedral and the Grimethorpe Colliery Band (they are in the film) were playing Concierto de Aranjuez. It was composed by the blind Spanish composer: Rodrigo. The acoustics in the building made it a spine tingling and adrenalin like experience. I honestly expected to see an angel. Honest.
Here's a clip for you. See you later and thanks for tuning in. Thanks to You Tube and the people who post them for us all to enjoy!!