August 27, 2017

If you’re in the civilisation for too long, you become cranky.

Yes, I am very dragged to the lifestyle where you buy minimal amount of things, live simple, eat simple, walk barefoot and read books in the forest. Maybe that’s the reason me and Klemen were so excited last weekend. We went to visit an old farm that is slowly getting its colours back with a help of a brother and two sisters. Our tent was by the garden filled with tomatoes, eggplants,… We made fires, worked a bit, ate well and the debates included everything from the tiny houses to home-made soaps.

A few days ago I really though I am going to write a very long post where I will explain all the things that made me so excited. But I am going to keep all the feelings and thoughts to myself today and show to you some amazing photos.

We brought some pink hummus with us.

They made this fire-oven by themselves and it smells like home-baked bread almost everyday.

There is also an old clay oven hiding in the house.

Who is making a house?

Pizza time!

Warm spot, grandma’s jacket, cross-word puzzles and cookies.

Klemen promised us some šmorn . Didn’t tell us it will be specially baked.

Delicious healthy banana bread

Baby, this one is a keeper

On my mission to reduce food waste, I used some over-ripped bananas that were laying around and made this scrumptious & good for ya belly Banana Bread