A comprehensive and practical guide to working with an Austrian scythe.
Perfect if you cannot attend a course or as a reference guide following tuition.
Tag Archives: lancashire
Some old-school time lapse photography of mowing rougher vegetation. Continue reading
If you thought carving wooden spoons was just for men with beards, you need to see this post. Continue reading
Two opportunities to hone your scything skills and meet new people at community mowing events in the North-West. Continue reading
Visit the nicest meadows I know on 2nd July to celebrate National Meadows Day. Continue reading
Another course at the beautiful Bell Sykes meadow for the Wildlife Trust. Continue reading
Two glorious days of scything at Bell Sykes, the Coronation Meadow for Lancashire. Continue reading
The weather forecast was for heavy rain all day, how did my first Lean to Scythe course of 2015 turn out? Here’s a clue:
The whole of the BBC has gone a bit scythe crazy! At least the goats are happy… Continue reading
What do you do when you’re invited to give a demonstration and teach an afternoon workshop for 15 hobby woodcarvers? I was asked to do just that for the Lancashire branch of the Woodcarvers Association and decided to give them some carving they’d never seen before. Continue reading