We've been hatching new plans and projects for the farm. We've had Martin and another neighbour from Copey chop all the dense vegetation on the forest floor. We want the sun to shine through the tall trees to attract more birds. We have a lot of trees, which the Quetzals love, but they haven't been able to grow due to all the undergrowth. There's an area that is just overgrown pastureland. We are cutting everything back. Kevin is looking into buying six or seven bulls to keep the pastures maintained. He's looking at bulls specifically so that we don't have to deal with milking. With bulls, they roam, eat grass, that's pretty much it. We an go away for the day... or several... and we don't have to worry about them. Bonus. I'll update once the plan is clear.
Primo, our other neighbour and worker, continues to work on the waterfall garden area. He's planted four new trees, which when they are fully grown will bloom with blue, red and yellow flowers. That area will be so colourful. I can't wait! It's going to be so beautiful down there. A little piece of heaven.
Hey, we're closing in two week's time during September and October, but we'll be re-opening again in November, so if you're looking for a place to relax this coming winter... please contact us here.