By Neil Ansell
Neil Ansell spent 5 years dwelling among the again of past and the center of nowhere, on his personal, with out electrical energy, gasoline or water and successfully simply the natural world round him for corporation. His dilapidated cottage, rented for GBP100 in keeping with 12 months, is so uncovered to the weather that it seems that to rain uphill, and so distant so you might stroll for twenty miles west with out seeing a unmarried different living. because the years go he feels himself dissolving into, and turning into, simply one other a part of the landscape.
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Deep Country by Neil Ansell