Welcome to Strigidae Farm!
As we are getting older, we want ‘less‘ out of Life.
Less stress, less debt, less home maintenance, less hours spent working away from home ect…
We want a Slow Home and a Simple Life.
This is the journal of our Adventures.
The good, the bad, and the downright ugly!
We’ve been through the process of finding our own special patch of dirt and purchasing it, and now we’re turning it into our idea of a small slice of heaven, and we’d love for you to come along for the ride!
If you’re new here and want start at the beginning back before we bought our piece of paradise – CLICK HERE!
There is a link at the end of each entry, that leads you to the next entry, so that you can read them in chronological order.
If you’re interested in our pre Strigidae Farm (mostly travel) Adventures, you’ll find the very first one, HERE.
We hope it helps and that you enjoy the read, and please leave comments at the bottom of any post you enjoy – and tell us your thoughts!! 🙂
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around the ridges...
Its nothing short of terrifying to those of us that are getting older, how bloody quickly time marches on…
A couple of lovely sunny yet still cool Spring days, has seen quite a bit of prep being done
Spring is sproinging and bit by bit the flowers are popping out to be seen. Its glorious to wander round
And here we are – back again already with round 2 of the August update ! With the heat
Somewhere along the way, a blog post that we thought had been put up, has gone missing..hence why we're
Two years on from when Digby had to be rehomed - there is an addition to the Strigidae Farm
Its gone from drought to deluge in the matter of a few days, and we've actually been 'social butterflies'
MP kindly shared her recipe, and today the recipe has had its maiden voyage at Strigidae Farm.
And here we are already, saying “Bye 2018“… It’s thoroughly ridiculous, it feels like this year was only a
Old-fashioned lemon cordial Makes: approx 1.2L Ingredients 1 kg sugar 1 litre water 1 tablespoon citric acid 1 tablespoon
Last week someone said to us that they don’t know why anyone would want to live in a shed. And
… Sure enough – the heat has come in, and the Farm is getting drier by the minute… And