PTF PICTURE BOOK

The much anticipated photo gallery is ready for viewing (thanks, Jordanne, for doing the coding!). The gallery contains nearly 350 photos. 

There’s still a bit of work that needs to be done, especially with the overall template design (and re-designing the funky buttons) and linking to rest of the site.  Jordanne will be tweaking and improving the gallery over the next few days.  

Besides the few improvements that are needed, what do you think?   I’ll be adding more photos as time goes on and polishing the captions since they’re a bit rough. 

Over the past five years. we have taken countless photos and I’ve chosen a few of “the best.”   However, I’d like to hear what you, our readers, would you like to see in PTF photo gallery.

The next web project is the open source portal.  Once that is up and running, we could use volunteers to help us develop the site with articles and links. 

If you are interested in helping out in any way, please let me know.   We are excited about this new “user friendly” project and any help would be greatly appreciated.

The last task will be the complete overhaul of the PTF site, which will contain more features about our urban homestead and project.

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  1. Wildside says:

    Hi, I haven’t as yet fully explored your new photo album as I’m on a slow connection (but faster than before!)… But can say that I really enjoyed your previous examples on how you house your animals in aesthetically pleasing ways and how your fruitful yard changed over time… I know that many people are intimidated in doing a permaculture landscape(in other words, “growing your own food”) because of the pressure to keep things tidy for “the Jones” all around (or for resale value); I like your inspiring demos showing it is possible to fulfill both needs if you think & do creatively! Thank you so much!

  2. Anais says:

    Hello Wildside!

    Thanks for the positive comments. I agree, people are intimidated by permaculture and vegetable gardens. They have this once concept/outlook how it should look, and it’s not necessarily so. It’s up to you and all our readers to sway the “Joneses” 😉

  3. stella says:

    i love seeing the changes to the landscape over the years! great inspiration when it seems so overwhelming to do!

  4. Margaret says:

    AWESOME!!! I am amazed at how much you have and continue to accomplish. But when I saw you still have time for hobbies I just about lost it! I’ve been following your spot since at least 2003 – like an oasis in the desert.

  5. Anais says:

    Thanks for your comments Margaret, we are indeed blessed that we are able to share our journey with others.

    Hobbies are what keep us sane! 😉