“…the pale sun welcomes us in an unexpected backlight behind the first greenhouse, the one destined to welcome customers with a nice tea before dinner, the fire is lit in the fireplace…”
…I met her gaze, and I heard her walking lightly, she was silent but present, I never understood how she did it, sometimes I thought that in reality she did not exist and it was simply my soul’s longing…
On the Fourth of July 1845, eight years after his graduation from Harvard, the writer, philosopher, naturalist Henry David Thoreau left the town of Concord, Massachusetts, to go and live in a log cabin, built by himself on the wild banks of Lake Walden. There he lived for two years, two months and two days.
A copy of his journal, Walden, or Life in the woods (Boston, 1854), will be given free with every Homewood Field Kitchen.
Linger, feel, move beyond and get slower … happy 2020
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