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DESCRIPTION: Thank you for becoming a member of the South London Permaculture. You will be enrolled onto our mailing list and kept up to date about all our forthcoming events. Members receive a substantial discount on products (as well as first to special offers) and any events sponsored by us (free - 10%). Many previous services are not available anymore but most publications are free. Membership now extends to overseas projects as part of our sister organisation Solteriologic Garden and entitles you to online sources and longer-term stays in Catalonia. See our sister website, you will need to register your personal details there also.
If you’d like to get involved please contact us. It's a great way to meet other members or volunteer even if only for one time. We’d also like you to contribute to the formulation of our policies and decision making, and the development of the organisation as a whole. See our constitution. If you have any additional skills including funding experience, project management, web design, craft, teaching or building then please do not hesitate to contribute.

ORGANISATION: South London Permaculture
CONTACT: 07530 223360
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Come to Catalonia
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Holiday camping for 1 or 2 persons (MAX. 14 days) = £5/6€ per day
Additional use of caravan/kitchen = £5/6€ per day
Free to working volunteers (MAX. 10 days) = £5/6€ per day food donation

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DESCRIPTION: Volunteer opportunities for one or two members to help work the land (Up to 4 hours per day) in a beautiful part of Spain. Applicants are invited to fitness and sight-seeing. Access to the sea and neighbouring towns, and a shared caravan. Self-catering but many benefits include trips to regional mountainous and valley beauty spots, as well as direct rail services to Valencia, Tarragona and Barcelona. Cycling is also a must in this country. The project is the beginnings of an eco-settlement illustrated in my books. The first phase building the large cistern has already progressed. Other learning experiences include dry-stone walling, eco-build, walking and mountaineering, olive and carob cultivation, and fruit and vegetable production. The main period of farming is between September and April. Only companions are sort and must be of a spiritual disposition. Additional paid camping and caravan use is available too. Please contact the editor for further details or see our website Solteriologic Garden.

ORGANISATION: South London Permaculture
CONTACT: +44(0)7530 223360
info@southlondonpermaculture.com
Garden Grafted fruit trees

DESCRIPTION: These include apple, quince, medlar, pear, cherry, plum, apricot and gage. Family trees are subject to price increases.

WHERE: Forest Hill, SE23

FURTHER INFO: Not available 'til late September/early October. Prices stable until March the following year. Does not include delivery. Please enquire about 'unknown' varieties at reduced prices.

ORGANISATION: South London Permaculture
CONTACT: 07530 223360
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Garden Bedding, Shrubs and other trees

DESCRIPTION: These include groundcovers, annuals & perennials, climbers, fruit shrubs and ornamentals, trees of various sizes, and seedlings.

WHERE: Forest Hill, SE23

FURTHER INFO: Available March onwards. Prices stable until March the following year. Does not include delivery. Members get 20% discount

ORGANISATION: South London Permaculture
CONTACT: 07530 223360
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Tradescantia pallida 'Purpurea' rooted cuttings
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£3.50/3.00 (Mem) Available herbaceous; not hardy; must be brought in during the winter; superb beautiful pot plant
Musa basjoo (ornamental banana) 1 lt £7.00 up Not available herbaceous; hardy

Zingiber Mioga (Japanese Ginger) rooted cuttings
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£1.50/1.00 (Mem)
each
Not available food additive; edible flowersfruits shoots and rhizomes

Symphytum uplandicum (Russian Comfrey) root cuttings
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£1.50/1.00 (Mem)
each
Not available herbaceous; all parts edible; medicinal; bee plant; ground and weed barrier; mineral accumulator

Peltaria alliacea (Garlic Cress) root cuttings
£1.50/1.00 (Mem)
each
Not available herbaceous; all parts edible tasting of cress and garlic but slightly bitter, so use as a flavouring; available all year round except during summer flowering; 30cm tall; excellent ground cover

Helianthus tuberosus (Jerusalem artichokes) root cuttings
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£1.50/1.00 (Mem)
per small bag
Not available perennial; edible tubers year after year; hardy; small sunflowers

Currants (Ribes spp.) rooted cuttings
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£3.50 up Not available prolific fruit from June onwards; good for jams

Berries (Rubus spp.) rooted cuttings
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£2.50 up Not available prolific fruit from summer onwards; good for jams

Berries (Ribes spp.) rooted cuttings
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£3.50 up Not available prolific fruit from June onwards; good for jams
Garden Merchandise

DESCRIPTION: Anything from home-made fertilisers to tiger worms. Look out for home-made garden produce here.

WHERE: Forest Hill, SE23

FURTHER INFO: Seasonal availability. Does not include delivery. Members get up to 20% discount

ORGANISATION: South London Permaculture
CONTACT: 07530 223360
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All profits go to charity
Colours available

£2.50 each

Not available Pansy (Viola wittrockiana). Large flowered hybrid plant, cross pollinated. Wide range of colours. Grows well in sunny or partially sunny positions in a well draining soil. Perennial, first year Produces greenery and second year flowers and seeds. Winter hardy, surviving low temperatures, yet not very heat tolerant. Care by watering thoroughly about once a week, yet do not over water. Regular ‘deadheading’ of flower heads can extend blooming period for more flowering.

All profits go to charity

£2.50 each

Not available Spider plant (Chlorophytum comosum). A flowering perennial plant (lives more than two years). Native to tropical and Southern Africa. Easy to grow, Thriving in a wide range of conditions. Tolerant to Temperatures down to 2C, best at 18C to 32C. Can contribute to reduce indoor air pollution. Plant care: tolerant to irregular watering, best in bright, Indirect sunlight. Yet can prosper in moderate natural Light or indoor lighting. Note: leaf tips turn brown and leaves droop if not getting enough light. Easily revived with a little R&R in a brighter location.

Tiger worms
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£5.00 tub Not available Superb kitchen waste converters into black compost. (Requires composter) Also ideal for fishing. Each take-away container contains at least 100 worms.
Garden Unusual fruit cuttings
DESCRIPTION: Anything from boysenberries to own-root fruit trees. In particular I am looking for varieties of rooted blueberries.

WHERE: Forest Hill, SE23

COST: Negotiable but I am willing to do swaps.
FURTHER INFO: Merlyn Peter

ORGANISATION: South London Permaculture
CONTACT: 07530 223360
market@southlondonpermaculture.com

Home NINI's hand-knitted garments Fully hand-knitted garments with over 40 years experience woven in fantastic mohairs, wools and acrylics. Garments can also be made to size. Volunteers and visitors to our farm in Catalonia have the opportnity to view the garments DIRECTLY and approach the seller directly. Prices are negotiable. Please contact SLP for more information or call directly tel. no. +34977059090 Nini.

Nini's hand-knitted garments(1)

£150/120 (Direct)

Available A combination of mohair, silk and glitter
Size #38-40 (average build)

Nini's hand-knitted garments(2)

£100/80 (Direct)

Available Chunky pure wool
Size #38-40 (average build)

Nini's hand-knitted garments(3)

£100/80 (Direct)

Available Chunky winter wool
Size #38-40 (average build)

Nini's hand-knitted garments(4)

£100/80 (Direct)

Available Fluffy wool
Size #38-40 (average build)

Nini's hand-knitted garments(5)

£150/120 (Direct)

Available Fluffy wool
Size #38-40 (average build)

Nini's hand-knitted garments(6)

£150/120 (Direct)

Available Chunky wool
Size #38-40 (average build)

Nini's hand-knitted garments(7)

£100/80 (Direct)

Available Aran wool
Size #38-40 (average build)

Nini's hand-knitted garments(10)

£80/65 (Direct)

Available Chunky wool
Size #38-40 (average build)

Nini's hand-knitted garments(11)

£110/90 (Direct)

Available A combination of mohair and wool
Size #38-40 (average build)

Nini's hand-knitted garments(12)

£90/75 (Direct)

Available A combination of wool and acrylic
Size #38-40 (average build)

Nini's hand-knitted garments(14)

£90/75 (Direct)

Available Chunky pure wool
Size #38-40 (average build)

Nini's hand-knitted garments(15)

£90/75 (Direct)

Available A combination of wool and acrylic
Size #38-40 (average build)

Nini's hand-knitted garments(16)

£200/160 (Direct)

Available Special wool
Size #38-40 (average build)

Nini's hand-knitted garments(17)

£150/120 (Direct)

Available Pure mohair
Size #38-40 (average build)

Nini's hand-knitted garments(18)

£150/120 (Direct)

Available Pure mohair
Size #38-40 (average build)

Nini's hand-knitted garments(19)

£100/80 (Direct)

Available Pure wool and synthetic
Size #38-40 (average build)

Nini's hand-knitted garments(20): skirt and sweater

£150/120 (Direct)

Available Aran wool
Size #38-40 (average build)

Nini's hand-knitted garments(21): skirt and sweater

£150/120 (Direct)

Available A combination of mohair, silk and glitter
Size #38-40 (average build)

Nini's hand-knitted garments(22): Short fancy jacket

£90/75 (Direct)

Available A combination of mohair, silk and glitter
Size #38-40 (average build)

Spare assorted balls

£2 per ball

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Available A range of unused stock of many varieties. Please enquire within.
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Leaderflush Solidcore Doors

£25 per door

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Available
1.90 x 0.67m white laminate
1.90 x 0.7m white laminate
1.99 x 0.67m white laminate
2.13 x 0.71m plain laminate
2.13 x 0.71m plain laminate
2.13 x 0.71m plain laminate

Chs your size(s).

Fireproof to BS476 Part B; laminate plain or white

Ex-snooker Table Bed Slate

£25 per square meter

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Collection only or local del.
Available
3 x 187 x 25.5cm
1 x 187 x 16.5cm
1 x 187 x 27cm
1 x 187 x 26cm
1 x 187 x 46cm
1 x 54 x 46cm

Chs your size(s).

Weighs a hefty amount. Hence material has been cut up into squares and rectangles to allow for handling. Each piece is at least half a square metre. Some pieces have pocket ingresses. Total amount is nearly 4 full-size tables. Ideal for steps, fireplaces, patios, both interior or exterior. Obviously finished smooth. 600mm thick.
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Education Publications

DESCRIPTION: Books, reports, teaching materials and equipment. Regarding services look under the appropriate sub-heading.

WHERE: Forest Hill, SE23

FURTHER INFO: Does not include delivery. Members get 20% discount

ORGANISATION: South London Permaculture
CONTACT: 07530 223360
market@southlondonpermaculture.com


South London Permaculture Journal A5
Single copies
Issues (not available b4 given date)
Member's name / email (if app)
Subscription options (3 issues/year) electronic transmission
Begin at Issue
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£2.50/2.00 (Mem)

Available only in pdf

DISCONTINUED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE
The new journal with extensive writings including two recently finished books, the journey to the Middle-East on a bicycle, and the second volume of the sequel to the "The Carob Pod" entitled "Petriarchy: The Law of the Land". They have been serialised into seven sections and released thrice yearly. There is additional material from other authors and an invitation for all to contribute on the subject matter of spirituality, anthropology, and permaculture. These publications are professionally finished and was of excellent Xerox quality (due to the current predicament of the author, are only currently available as a pdf file, but if any publishers out there wish to print my material please contact me). There is no lack of wonderful photos from my experiences in the Mediterranean. The latest material includes 3 new publications including the beginning of the third part of the trilogy entitled "The Golden Mean: Building Revolutions", and the documented journey to Africa also on a bicycle. See the blogsite for a full narration of the latest journey with hundreds of additional photos.

Thesis:
"If land economies are the ecological imperative of the rise of the modern environmental movement, may one find an historical precedent in the origins of Christianity?" pp165
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£12/9 (Mem) Available There are extensive appendices to look over, and modern day movements like Permaculture and Transition Town get more than a welcome introduction. Bounded versions are available for sale. Members get 25% discount.

Essay:
"Christianity, science and technology (Revised and extended essay)" pp31
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£3.50/2.50 (Mem) Available A very historical look at Christianity through the ages in relation to the development of technology and science and how they have been espoused through divine vindication. It also looks at the changing meaning behind the iconography of Jesus and Mary and the subsequent role of power relations. It is also a comparitive account for the modern environmental movement and the development of ecotheology.

Essay:
"Columba: Monk, perigrinus, pastor or missionary? Analyse the nature of Columba's religious vocation (Revised and extended essay)" pp19
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£3.50/2.50 (Mem) Available In this (revised and extended) essay I will use a variety of approaches to illuminate the life of Columba. Not least will I incorporate my personal experiences of the island of Iona where Columba's vocation is mainly documented from, and from where he instated the seat of his monastic familia who were to influence the religious, political and social landscape of Britain and Ireland. Hence I will bring in the historical perspective where ever it serves to augment the subjective nature of my method. Because Iona had become a centre for artistic and literary development my tendency at times will be to take a pseudo-bardic approach in such a way as to eloquently relay the ecological, especially in view of the light that Celtic Christianity retained something of its pagan heritage. That my one week study trip allowed me to indulge in the environment whenever time allowed I feel that my ecological aptitude will bring one closer to the monastic experience, more so what the eremite monk sought to gain through his closeness to nature. By this the cultivation of my spiritual awareness has permitted this core experience of the closeness of nature to resonate with the closeness of God, and this from no particular religious background. All I can say is that the closer I search for the roots of my spirituality it seems I am drawn to the life of a monk who stands between the populated world and the wilderness.

Portfolio:
"Permaculture design and the implementation of fruit tree orchards" pp30
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£3.50/2.50 (Mem) Available This is the design portfolio available with SLP membership. I am selling it here separately as a report, and elicits such strategies as time-lines and forest gardening.

Book 4:
"The Green Man" pp99

£10/8 (Mem)

Available only in pdf Laying dormant for 18 years the first 7 chapters elicit my mythical relationship with Merlin and Vivianne through the experiences of my permaculture activities during my thirties. In particular I focused upon my sexual life with Anna, goddess of the underworld. All this was laid to rest until in Spain I encountered yet again contact with the vice found in the milieu of a small Roman town called El Perelló. My accusations are firmly based upon my personal experiences and the mythopoetic reality of a world distanced from its material counterpart.
(Click here to download a pdf version of Chapter 8)

Book 5:Vol 1
"The Carob Pod: An Anthropological Guide to Permaculture" pp163
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Colours available
Ask about other publications

£12/9 (Mem)

Available only in pdf, or limited copy Click here for a review or download in pdf format a synopsis. Members get 25% discount.

Book 5:Vol 4
"My Confessions: A personal psychoanalytical study of the feminine and masculine nature of the spiritual and its historical juxtaposition towards the formation of movements in a milieu of patriarchy (Bastardised version)" pp121
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Colours available
Ask about other publications

£12/9 (Mem)

Available only in pdf Members get 25% discount.

Book 7:
"The Virgin" pp108
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Colours available
Ask about other publications

£10/8 (Mem)

Available only in pdf A deep insight into my profound encounters with the Virgin manifested into a personal history of profanity and sacredness. This is not for the light-hearted. A full description is available in the journals available for sale.

The Travelogues:
"Destination God: I am Augustus Caesar Merlyn Peter of the House of Elias Jacob, Son of Richard, Conqueror of the 15 Nations, and Descended from Mother Earth" pp210
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£10/8 (Mem)

Available only in pdf A massive historical and spiritual account of my journey to the Middle-East with an encyclopedia of photos that will take you on a wonderful journey from Spain, through the Balkans, Asia Minor and Ancient Palestine. A fuller unedited blog can be found on my old platform here.

The Travelogues:
"Thank God for Islam" pp148
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£10/8 (Mem)

Available only in pdf The third great instalment of my life-threatening journey through the Sahara desert and on to the Gambia. Mafia, sickness, lack of funds, police and the military, all tried to detain me from my goal. I left on a new moon and arrived 90 days later with a beard and a guitar on my back. Legend. Check out the online blog here.
Food Mainly dry foods and preserves

DESCRIPTION: This availability will increase with time, but will include Mediterranean foods like dried fruit and nuts, serranos of ham, cider and fruit juices, carob and fresh fruit from my gardens.

WHERE: Forest Hill, SE23

COST: Negotiable but I am willing to do swaps.
FURTHER INFO: Merlyn Peter

ORGANISATION: South London Permaculture
CONTACT: 07530 223360
info@southlondonpermaculture.com

BUM BUM olive oil
(All prices include refundable bottles 250ml [50p], 500ml [50p], 750ml [£1], 1lt [£1] and 5lt [£2] provided on collection/delivery)
Sizes (collection or local delivery only)
Address - local delivery only
Instructions to seller
X Virgin / Virgin / Non
250ml=£5 / 4.50 / 4
(dorica)
500ml=£8.50 / 7.50 / 6.50
(dorica)
750ml=£11.50 / 10 / 8.50
(dorica)
1lt=£14 / 12 / 10
(dorica)
5lt=£58 / 50 / 42
(plastic)

(Refill only/cash on collection)
750ml=£10.50 / 9 / 7.50
1lt=£13 / 11 / 9
15% members' discount refunded on payment
Subject to availability
ONLY EXTRA VIRGIN IN STOCK
(Collection only or free local delivery)

These olives are grown amongst almond and carob in particular, and many natural herbs that colonise the arid landscape. I personally have introduced indigenous methods of cultivation, including pruning and cropping at the same time. Both I and my volunteers hand-pick every olive. The oil is a blend of at least 4 types of olive, in particular the Arbequina olive that takes its name from the Albaces region of Catalonia in Northern Spain. Being the first extraction the oil requires a few days to settle into a clear, green-golden oil with a fruity flavour. Other cheaper grades are available. See the drop-down box.

BUM BUM Carob pods
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1kg=£5/4 (Mem) Subject to availability
(Collection only or free local delivery)

Known since time immemorial by its epithets of Locust bean and St. John’s bread. Relegated to cattle fodder in this time of economic crisis one may again look to its digestible properties as relevant food in a recession. High in carbohydrates (73%) it is essential survival food and will produce even in the scarcest of years. It is used in cosmetics and glues for it bonding properties but likewise has many other nutritional benefits. These include lowering of the cholesterol level in blood, acting as an antioxidant, contains an active substance effective against asthma, is a good expectorant for smokers, caffeine free, helpful in preventing lung cancer, contains vitamins E and is used for the treatment of cough, flu, anaemia and osteoclasis, its tannins have Gallic acid which is anti allergic and antibacterial as well being an antiviral and antiseptic, it is used for the treatment of polio and diarrhoea in children, and finally being rich in phosphor and calcium it is used to fight osteoporosis.
Carob pods are incredibly filling. I chew around the edges because the seed is very hard. They are a natural chocolate substitute and sugar substitute if ground to a powder. I grate them to a rough breadcrumb texture and mix it in with flour for baking. If anybody has any good recipes or ideas please post them to me and I will ensure a free bag of pods next time I am around. I will also give you free advertising.

Apple spreads and sauces £2.50 jar Not available Made from locally cropped apples in which I have gardened without the use of chemicals. Each product is made from a mix of mostly unknown varieties.
BUM BUM Cider vinegar
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Instructions to seller
£3.50/£3 (Mem)
1 ltr bottle
Not available Made from locally cropped apples in which I have gardened without the use of chemicals. Also there are interesting combinations including ginger and tomato, preferable for cooking with.
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"DestinationAfrica"

Pedalling from Catalonia to the coast of Africa living under the stars. A journey of thousands of kilometres over three months leaving at the end of the year. Support me by going to the website for details. All donations will go to selected groups or charities that support children in need, indigenous cultures and wildlife . There are some ways to help me including sponsorship, fundraising, raising awareness, management and promotion, contacts, accommodation abroad, or become a member for the formation of a group towards future projects. Register to sponsor me per kilometre. Send a message if you want to share an idea.
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End of year 2015

The journey has been completed

DestinationAfrica
When the bicycle meets the sea

"LEAVING: End of year 2015 TBC. Catalonia"

Please enquire to the editor for more details. Vacancies are open for cyclists and helpers at any stage in the journey. The route has yet to be decided too. Expecting to leave end of year for a three month trip from Catalonia to the coast of West Africa. Sponsorship is also welcome as is making the journey a cultural enterprise.

I will be celebrating food and the need for consciousness raising. Further input is welcome, especially places where I could give talks and entertain the people. I expect to make a video publication from this, but if anybody out there has another motive then let me know. Join us for part of the journey or GO THE FULL WAY. Get involved now and voice your intentions. Right-click the images to download a copy if you want to print the poster and distribute it. Else REGISTER at our sister website Solteriologic Garden or email me. Please sponsor our group or donate and welcome us into your villages and halls.

In order to make this journey worthwhile we need contacts along the route. B & B is optional, generally this will be an outdoor experience in tents and hammocks, campfires and fresh food.


"Edenbridge Bike Ride"

Date TBC

Payment options

£15/8 (Mem)

Not available

Join us, starting at Sevenoaks train station and returning approximately 60 miles later. Depending on numbers a pub stop is not out of the question. A mechanic support car will be with you all the way and can bring bikes back to the shop.

Nutrition and drinks for riders will be provided.

£15 entrance fee, +£15 for bike return service.

We can offer you a free lift back to London if you leave your bike for a full service in our shop after the ride.

Give us a call or pop in for details.

74 Honor Oak Park, Forest Hill, SE23 1DY

Call: 0203 289 0203

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T-shirt "Destination Palestine"

Please note, the title can be susbstituted with your own name
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Colours available

£20/17 (Mem)

Available by order

The image shows a Palestinian (Eastern) peasant woman (left) picking olives. She would be characteristic of many women in that part of the Mediterranean. The super-imposed cyclist represents myself as a continnuation of the olive tree and extended out from it. My body reflects the shape of the branches. The image of both male and female is here prophetically unified in time and space, one a projected statement the other an existential one, representing the West and the East, motion and stillness, acceleration and deceleration, giving and taking, technologic and manual. Another interesting aspect of the image is the hugging or nurturing aspect of our figures. Note also how our hands and arms meet, especially in those areas of the body considered most sensitive. To me she also represents the Virgin who gives herself freely to nature, that in turns gives back the truer understanding of the male aspect; both are passive, yet both are active too. Only established tradition can bind these two in perfect harmony.

The back of these T-shirts (right) highlight some of the support I have received from various groups. All profits go to permaculture and ecological projects overseas.


T-shirt "Destination Iona"

Please note, the title can be susbstituted with your own name
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£20/17 (Mem)

Available by order

The image (left) shows the triple form of Celtic imagery and the typical motifs that accompany it. In this picture the cyclist is emerging from between two pillars and in front of another as if weaving a pattern. The cyclist image is that taken from the Palestinian journey, and represents a continuation, if not a resolution, of the spiritual motive to visit permaculture and environmental projects on home soil.

The back (right) has a caption that reads 'Give me a cause. Finding meaning in the landscape.' Using reverse psychology it is asking the recipient to consider his position in relation to me. As such, what does the landscape mean to the native. Giving me a cause is saying 'What can you do for me?'


T-shirt "DestinationAfrica"

Please note, the title can be susbstituted with your own name
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Colours available

£20/17 (Mem)

Available by order

The image (left) shows the cyclist motif typically representing me traversing the African landscape. The animals indicate the wilderness of my mind as I join them in their unity, beautifully represented here as if they were emerging from the soil of Africa. This journey started in Catalonia and passed through the north and west of Africa encountering the Atlas mountains in Morocco, the Saharan desert of Mauritania, and the Savanah of Senegal and The Gambia.

T-shirt "DestinoBalticó"

Please note, manual modifications can be made to the front image (see description)
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Sizes available
Include manual additions?

£23/20 (Mem)

Limited edition
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The image (left) shows the intended route of both the hare and the tortoise, but due to unforeseen circumstances I had to divert through the Alps and rejoin the journey in Krakow. This added 500km to the journey but nevertheless enriched it beyond imagination. The hare represents the Polish team who left 4 days before me, the three of us on fold-up bikes.

Superb short-sleeve high-quality sports t-shirts showing the bike route of both the hare and the tortoise from Catalonia all the way to the north of Poland. Note that the original image only shows one route. Hence I have manually added with a marker pen the additional cities I went through. Please indicate whether you would like these additions (non-washable) and any other alterations. My sponsor is shown on the front and the back is the modified image I use for all my journeys.

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