"Middle-earth Inn phase 1 a go."

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Manveruon
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Re: "Middle-earth Inn phase 1 a go."

Postby Manveruon » Wed Jul 15, 2015 7:10 pm

Looking great so far!
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Re: "Middle-earth Inn phase 1 a go."

Postby Straelbora » Thu Jul 16, 2015 11:01 pm

Here are some pics of the garden from this afternoon:
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Re: "Middle-earth Inn phase 1 a go."

Postby wulfgar » Sun Jul 19, 2015 11:36 pm

Very cool!
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Re: "Middle-earth Inn phase 1 a go."

Postby Elleth » Thu Sep 24, 2015 2:11 pm

How did I miss this?! I love your garden!

If you're interested (and you may already know this) John Seymour's "Forgotten Arts and Crafts" (available used on Amazon and all over) has lots of information all kinds of pre-industrial crafts - but well covered are things like critter fencing, gates, hedgerows, coppicing, withies - all sorts of things that would be perfect for your place. Come to think of it, since Seymour's a product of the same English countryside that gave us the good Professor, I imagine a fair amount of the things in the book are things JRRT imagined as he was describing Hobbiton, Bree, and environs. :)

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