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Last week I went to my little house to record a video using a GoPro cam attached to my RC quadrocopter I just bought.
What can I say, the view is very nice, because the weather was fine that day.
You can see the plot is very narrow, but quite long. It’s the one with three rows of trees.
The summer is finally coming to an end. Just for a couple weeks more I’ll be able to spend the night in the house without freezing my butt off. Because of that we finally started to insulate the walls using mineral wool. I want to use the house all year round.
Since the last episode:
From time to time I go on Google Maps or other similar sites to check for the new satelite images of my property, in good resolution.
A couple of weeks ago I stumbled upon the new images on Google Maps. Not only those photos finally have better resolution, but also my tiny house can be seen. Or it’s roof, to be more specific. Read the rest of this entry »
Not so long ago I wrote here about my new deep cycle batteries. I also got a solar charge controller and two 10 Wp solar panels. One of those I am giving away on my other Polish blog to readers, the other is going to be used on my property for the composting toilet.
Almost 1,5 years ago I bought two 30 Wp panels. One such panel is now connected to the batteries via the charge controller. It means I have my own photovoltaic system, with large battery capacity and single small solar panel. Read the rest of this entry »
Having a week off I finally managed to read one of the books I got for Christmas — “The Dirty Life: On Farming, Food, and Love” by Kristin Kimball.
It is a pleasand to read book written by 30-something-yo woman from New York, who met Mark — an interesting man running a farm, and moved with him. They both started a large and modern farm, having several acres of land. Read the rest of this entry »