Big enough for a small family to sleep in comfortably. Also some smaller for those without families.
(I should say at this stage that we have the designs and capabilities to make all of the structures detailed here.)
Food is communal, big pots of soup or stew while on the road, and more involved meals when stationary.
We travel very slowly from place to place. Every week setting up our larger structures on a village green, country estate, common land or city park, for a showcase of indigenous life on the land.
We’ll be playing with all sorts of interesting things, looking at solutions to life’s problems from a land based native perspective. Issues from governance, to fresh water, land care, community, arts, power generation, travel, farming, money and many more, we’ll be asking for engagement, both from the public for discussion of ideas, and from the grassroots community, helping us to live what we find.
The structure for these talks and showcase, is in the form of a village. At the centre is a feast hall, for core discussions, decisions, community gathering and feasting.
Surrounding this are other structures for shows and talks. There might be a show on farming (having discussed the topic previously), a talk on roads, and a showcase of a new economic system. Each new change is implemented into daily life, and documented for dissemination to the wider community.
Amidst all of this is a healthy amount of high quality entertainment, craft, cookery, land care, dance and education.