Friday, 1 April 2011

Welcome, benvolgut, benvolguda

This is the story of a modern Scottish crofter, in Catalunya. He lives in a farmhouse – a masia called “Can Parròquia” – under the mountains of Montseny. His croft, 4 hectares of field and woodland, is home to an adolescent donkey, a sheep with hay fever (not a good condition for a sheep), six chickens (sorry, no, five; the buzzard just got one), a brace of guineafowl (pintade in French) who share one tiny mind, and two dogs. Some humans survive here too.

Two birds, one tiny mind...

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