Living and Promoting Economically and Environmentally Sustainable Agriculture
The Top House
This is the Top Cabin!
You can see the path that leads to the other cabins and the beach.
Walking to the porch.
Looking out the front door onto the porch.
There’s a mosquito net over the bed and also a ceiling fan to keep you cool.
You can see the door that leads to the shower.
The path from the back door to the shower.
The Top Cabin at dusk
This coconut harvest gave us lots of meals of vegetables cooked in coconut milk, cornmeal porridge with coconut milk and cinnamon, chocolate milk, coconut based desserts – so good!
Cut soap bars ready to cure on the shelf
Grapefruit for juice and peels for essential oil
This baby hasn’t been named yet.
Moonlight down by the sea
Looking out the back door to the deck.
The Top House is the first house you see as you walk down towards the sea from the road and the kitchen. This is the first house we built, when we were a new couple with no kids needing beds, space, etc. It is a lovely house to live in, and there is always a nice breeze in this yard. This is our smallest house, with a neat little porch and a nice wooden deck outside of the back door. This house has soursop, avocado and mango trees in its yard. The private bathroom and the shower are detached from the house.