The tour of the farm gave us the opportunity to be involved as little or as much as we wanted, feeding the animals, searching for eggs and generally exploring the property. It’s an absolute cliché but only because it’s true – connecting with our food and produce sources in this way is a humbling practice. We love the city life but have been reminded of the importance of these relationships through visiting Mary Rose’s farm. As a family, we are now planning to join local sustainability groups and educate ourselves further on this topic. This weekend away has literally changed us for the better.
If this is an example of the Tiny Home movement, I think I now understand the hype. The accommodation at Blue Studio Truck is cosy in its purest form. Raw timber, firewood stove and views across the farmland - life makes a bit more sense here. The space is fully equipped with all expected necessities of self-contained home, gas burners, fridge, kettle, toaster, with supplementary utensils. The separate bathroom is equally appointed and only a short walk from the truck (there is also a hidden compost toilet on the veranda should you need something closer)....
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