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Loved the part where he said Americans don’t need tens of thousands of dollars. It’s either that or one health incident and debt, boy.
Oh, I have no doubt that it is impossible for every individual to grow all their sustenance. You are completely correct. I was referencing something more along the lines of having a small garden box / a few pots to grow herbs and spices in. I feel as if almost everyone has the means to accomplish this eco-friendly task. It couldn't take more than a few minutes per day to do.
Ah! Your friend has a hobbyset I'd very much like to reflect. Do you know if farmers markets charge to set up a table?
This is beautiful! Great work. How long did it take you?
I'm playing Stardew Valley. I'm in a really unproductive time in my life and being able to farm and raise animals is a really good stress reliever. Especially since I can't just go outside and start gardening right now...because winter.
It's really good. Basically a mix between Terraria and FarmVille. There are a ton of hidden features that are really nice when you come across them, and the NPC interactions are more in-depth than I've seen in any other game. Apparently co-op will be released eventually and that'll make it more enjoyable.
I think it's an interesting prospect that everyone in the world could garden instead of farm. I'd be hard pressed to find a living space in which one couldn't grow a couple potted carrots and herbs.
I agree that high-yield farming is impossible for everyone to do, for space constraints and because people don't have enough time or care to make it happen.
I've been thinking of making some herbal infused oils and selling them at farmers markets alongside my modest crop of tomatoes and onions. Has anyone here ever tried anything similar?
Wow. Seems like an incredible experience; I can't believe so many of you slept in a midsized Renault. I recently took a trip around Europe, though it was merely a school trip and not as independent as your adventure seemed to be. Glad you all traveled safe and hopefully you had the time of your life.
The hot springs look incredible from your pictures. Hopefully I will be able to see something like that someday. Does anyone know of anything similar in the States?