THE CARHULLAN ARMY

111372-yrs443222…It was a spirit bred from the landscape I was now treading.  And, as I ascended the brant slopes, I wondered if her ideas had first been formed around the farm, all those years ago when she lay beds of kindling in the sooty range and drank water from the cold stream.  It must have been put into her head early on, that after technology and its failures, after the monumental mistakes of the industrialised world, human beings could still shelter amd survive in rudimentary ways, just as they always had.  Independent communities were possible.  Alternative societies.  Something durable and extraordinary could be created in these mountains.

Sarah Hall, The Carhullan Army.

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