What is the best activity to do in the village 2023
When I go in the summer months; to watch the sky and tree movements from the hammock set up among the trees, to feel the wind and to fall asleep Decently accompanied by dreams. I do this so often that he finds me in the hammock looking for me, his feeling is tremendous.
When I go in the summer months; to watch the sky and tree movements from the hammock set up among the trees, to feel the wind and to fall asleep Decently accompanied by dreams. I do this so often that he finds me in the hammock looking for me, his feeling is tremendous. in winter; an incense-like finale with chestnuts on the stove, potatoes in it and the last tangerine peels. i have been there 2-3 times in cold weather, my experience is very little.
It is to light a fire.
very enjoyable. I would be January first, almost. if it's raining outside, ufff. i'll collect a lap of wood. I burn the fire. my biggest fantasy. and I'm sick of cooking food on a wood fire. I'll cook right away. it's getting crowded. It's getting crowded. eating in a crowd is also very enjoyable.
as a child, I hated the village. I was taking over the food business to escape the crowd. I started at the age of 12 to feed the workers and the family. I was lighting the fire and listening to my head while I was cooking. and now I'm thinking about those days and worrying. nevertheless, the most enjoyable thing to do in the village is to light a bonfire like a bonfire.
Planting seedlings, watering previously planted seedlings. pruning the trees, digging their bottoms and after all this sweet fatigue, preparing the barbecue and cooking the pre-bottled meat, sizzles, tomatoes and peppers and eating with pleasure. walking on the ground, around the trees, inhaling that nice fresh air. Jul. brew your tea and drink it together with your partner friend while chatting and accompanied by the kernel. that's peace and happiness, that's exactly it, my friend.
Watching TV, reading books, watering the farm, doing chores in the fields, roasting corn, lighting a samovar, lighting a barbecue, cooking chestnuts on the stove in winter, cooking potatoes in the cousin...
March. there is nothing like taking hot water, coffee, cheese between bread, a few cookies and a book in a bag and Decamping. you will have a conversation with the shepherd who is herding sheep in the distance, you will greet the passing vehicles. look, this is the last photo I took on my walking route.
to make tarhana. boiling bulgur and drying it. making tomato paste. making cheese. making a pesticide. drawing olives and pickling them. making yufka for the winter.
herding animals. feeding the chickens. waiting for the egg. making anchors. watering the field. breaking tobacco. collecting fruits. collecting pumpkin flowers at an hour when the night has just ended... but always produce.
to sleep when you are very tired and wake up to see the trembling leaves of the poplar tree from where you were lying. to follow the calendar, the season, from the leaves of the poplar instead of the phone.
While drinking tea and listening to music, watching the mountains, meadows, newly blossomed fields if the season is spring; yellow barley wheat ears if the season is summer. a light wind blowing from time to time,a chicken clucking from here and there, the sounds of a dog coming from a distance, a greeting from a familiar person, perhaps everything in combination. Dec. it was a way of life that I used to want to get rid of, and now I realize that I'm actually more peaceful.