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Sunday, August 31, 2014

A DREAM (FARM) LAND

Last Saturday, me and my friends did monitoring and evaluation on several projects that have done during the last year.
Our focus on three commodities; Tea, Bamboo and Eucalyptus.
The locations that we went there was hilly upland area, it was about 50 kilometers from my house.
With cool weather, nice scenery and breeze....
Such a nice trip...


When we took a rest on the roadside while observing a row of Eucalyptus trees, I was so fascinated to a land that full of cabbages.
So green... so fresh... so lovely...


I sat on the thick green grass and imagined ...
How wonderful if  I could live there, with a wide land surrounded by hills and beautiful scenery.
That's really green world...


Beside the cabbage farm was a small tea plantation after hard pruning.
Both of them were separated by a row of Eucalyptus trees.
And at the end of the row, there was a wooden barn.
Live on the farmland is my dream.
Living on the tranquility, peaceful and self-sufficiency.
Oh... a really dream land. 


I don't know when I could realize my dream.
The price of the land is so expensive there.
A difficult dream to realize...

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    1. That's right, Sue. It will always give me more spirit.... :)

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  2. What a neat photo, I haven't seen cabbages planted like that, not in rows. Looks like a view that Monet would have painted.

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    1. That's a common technique on growing cabbage at the farmland here. Single cropping or multiple cropping. On a wide scale, farmers usually do single cropping, so they can work on their farm easier, more eficient.

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  3. Lovely dream. These cabbages look really healthy.

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    1. Thank you. Yes, they are so healthy, and makes me so jealous.

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  4. Beautiful photos, wonderful place.

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    1. Thank you, Monika. Have a wonderful week.

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  5. We should all have dreams, it is important for the soul :-)
    I have lived all kind of lives; farm life, small city life, village life and now in Europe’s largest city. There are pros and cons to all of them but I sometimes long back to the time where my food came from places I could see from my kitchen window :-)

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    1. Yes you're right. You have a lot of live experience. That' a great lesson for me.

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  6. salam endah.
    I hope your dream comes true...In Sha Allah

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  7. Memang sejuk mata memandang Endah. So..greennn...Saya pun punya impian yang sama...kalaulah dapat tinggal di kawasan sejuk yang begini...mmm...

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    1. Betul Kak Mala. Di wilayah ini hampir semua tanaman dari negeri sub tropis bisa tumbuh dengan baik, sangat menyenangkan.

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  8. That's paradise! I love to live here too!

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    1. You're right. That's a really nice place.

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  9. Keep Dreaming Endah...some dreams do come true.

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    1. Yes, Teresa. I hope it will be come true.

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