Monthly Archives: May 2011
Last summer I travelled to Mongolia with the aim of learning Mongolian felt making techniques. I landed in Ulaanbaatar and eventually met up with Arunaa, who is a social worker in Mongolia as well as a traditional felt teacher. Arunna has been involved in a number of felting projects. The felt making co-operative She took [...]
All this wonderful sunshine seems to have encouraged spring to come early. This morning we picked sorrel and nettles, I’m making a spring green risotto for lunch, which is one of Alex’s favorites and is particularly handy when you live far from the shops or great if you are on a tight budget- and it [...]
This Easter we cooked an outdoor feast for our friends. We built a pit oven, filling it with hot stones heated in the fire. I wrapped a joint of spring lamb in wheat dough and put the whole veg in a cast iron pot seeled with dough. We then placed all of this in the [...]
There has been so many recent changes with Wild Rose Escapes and the woods that we thought adding a blog to the website would keep everyone up to date. We want to try and document changes at the woods and the projects going on there as they grow.