Marc Mcfly on The process of recovering my family's orchardDigital Nomad / Language teacher (Spanish) / Farmer wannabeSome time ago
After the 2019/2020 vegetables season finished, time to clean some weeds!

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Marius RimaitisDoctor, Anesthesiologist, PhD student
My parents several years ago started with something similar when they inherited an abandoned piece of land. They ended up LIVING there as they liked countryside so much instead of the city where they had spent all of their life before :)
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Marc McflyDigital Nomad / Language teacher (Spanish) / Farmer wannabe
Exactly, this was not actually abandoned but my grandpa (94) hasn't been able to take care of it properly for some years now. My goal is also fixing it as to live there :)
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Well I do the first two, but have always struggled with the last.
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