::: TWIST OF HEMP ~ Week 26 :::
In which John Joe Badger takes to the spring time forest in search of a snack. He discovers woodland based culinary treasures so fleeting this time of year. It is difficult to gather with loved ones just now and so, we take to the quiet end of the woodlands to gather food, and otherwise stick close to home in our hut or possibly out in the woodshed when it’s time for practicing music.
The tune in this little film was newly composed just for John Joe himself by Andrew Finn Magill. John Joe and I are deeply grateful for this beautiful gift.
gath·er/ˈɡaT͟Hər/verbgerund or present participle: gathering
- 1.come together; assemble or accumulate.“a crowd gathered in the square”Similar:congregate, convene, assemble, meet, collect, come/get together, muster, rally, converge, cluster together, crowd, mass, flock together, foregather2.bring together and take in from scattered places or sources.“we have gathered the information”Similar:collect, get together, put together, accumulate, amass, assemble, garner, store, stockpile, heap up, pile up, stack up, hoard, put by, put away, lay by, lay in, set aside, stash away~~pick up from the ground or a surface.“they gathered up the dirty plates and cups”~~collect (grain or other crops) as a harvest.