Author(s): GRIFFIN CHARLES
In 1982 the Griffins left the security of suburbia to grow garlic in West Wales. From the struggle with rurality that ensued grew (organically) the very amusing, and informative, warts-and-all account Scenes From a Smallholding . Now in this sometimes touching, but always funny sequel, Chas reveals what happened four years after their arrival - when the dream had been well and truly dreamt and they were experiencing some rather rude awakenings. Did they ever achieve the blissful good life? Are they surrounded by organic veg? How have the family coped with their new rural life? Written with Chas Griffin's trademark charm and humour, enjoy another compelling romp through the countryside.
Following on from the success of Scenes From A Smallholding, this is the second installment of personal memoir from Chas Griffin, the charming Welsh Organic Farmer
"... A Bill Bryson "down on the farm" -- Alan Gear HDRA
Chas Griffin was a college lecturer, living in a leafy Nottingham suburb, when he decided to move with his family to a farm in West Wales.