Morning fog, crisp air, coloured leaves – autumn has fallen upon us.
In the city this time of the year meant the beginning of a seemingly endless period of darkness and raw food shortage and monotony.
But in the country we’ve learned to appreciate this season as a very beautiful and atmospheric time of the year. The smell is unique, aromatic scents of wood, rotting leaves and damp grass. We enjoy going for a walk or just step outside and take some deep breaths of this aromatic, fresh and clean air. Indoors we enjoy the cosy warmth of our wood stove. And although the raw food selection is already getting more limited, we’re trusting that we will always have plenty, even in winter. And we are already looking forward to the abundance of next summer.