Tilling the vineyard
Last Friday we were tilling the vineyard in alternating rows. We had prepared the soil spreading a layer of home made compost. Soil conditions were perfect so we could work… Read More
Black as a deep empty hole. Yesterday it rained, so all the – must-absolutely-do-before-the- season-changes stopted needing to be done, even when they weren’t finished. We were tilling the vineyard.… Read More
Olive harvest 2017
The first two weekends of November we harvested the olives for the first time on the Pianacci! When we bought the land in 2015, we could barely recognize the olive trees… Read More
Visit from Belgium; Simon and Ellen
Simon Van de Ginste from “‘t Kaleihof” visited us together with Ellen Bosch. We were so happy to welcome Simon and Ellen. Puccini and Ria were born and raised in… Read More
Autumn is such a colorfull period of the year! I wish I could capture this particular light… I can only share some very modest attempts I posted on Instagram! (user:… Read More
As Xantara became 6 months old, I decided the time was come to start weaning; Ria – her mother- was becoming skinny and the filly herself was eating and drinking… Read More
The Vlaams Paard in Rasun Anterselva (I)
Last weekend I joined the “Stal Talpe Show Team” in Sud-Tirol. Niederrassen is a small town very close to the Austrian border, about 30km from the Brenner-Pass. Every two years… Read More
Finally the rain came!!
Never new a bit of rain could bring such a relief! After months of draught and heath, some heavenly water means more than refreshment and drinks for thirsty plants; finally… Read More
It took me a while to decide whether to buy a forecart or not and where to order it. I believe it is not very energy-effective to make the horses… Read More
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