Sunday, March 15, 2009

Visit to the Farm

This must be the third week that Yee has been working in the farm. So we decided to pay him a visit to see how life has been like in the farm.
Wild mushroom... don't simply eat!
At the entrance to his office...
The research lab in the background...
Beetle catcher... ingenious gadgets!
Beetle larvae...this fellow is full of protein. It will transform into a black beetle about 1.5 inches long! Believe it or not, it stays in the soil.
We also had an encounter with a huge centipede...
His farm house!
Specious sitting room.
Kitchen ...
This is herbal plant. The leave is perfect for bandaging broken limb. Cut the leaves, "roast" it in hot charcoal. When it is still hot, wrap it around the broken limb. The broken bones will heal very quickly.
You think chili padi is hot? Our Indonesian friend think that you must try this.
ok, we went there from 1:00PM to 5:00PM. During that time, we dug 4 vege beds and planted some vegetables.

6 comments:

Janice said...

yee's house looks so nice from outside! and he seems to hv lost some weight as well ;P. he looks as if he's trying to strangle joshua in the photos. hahahahaha

William said...

Janice, the house is not bad. Just a little under use. The master bedroom is fully aircon and with hot-cold shower facilities.
Haha... strangling Joshua... he is catching him or he ran away.

eugene said...

wa wa,i like gardening but here in Penang land is scarce ah, sure feels like heaven in your place,,

dropping by the first time, and i am sure will not be the last

William said...

eugene, thanks for dropping by. I hope one day, you will drop by Miri.

In the farm, it is always like heaven but many still prefer city life.

chchoo said...

william, i like kampung life but need to make a living in the city, thus miri is not bad a place for people like me. it has both.

Yee said...

I have workers coming over to fix the house this week. And They have let go of the water in the water tank, hopefully they will replace a new one. So i can have clean water for the house usage.

Uncle is always welcome to my house. Can come by and stay over for holidays...