The Bucolic Plague; we follow Josh and his partner Brent as they navigate through Goat farming, a vegetable garden and the tyrannical demands of one Martha Stewart to become Gentlemen Farmers.
“Easy living” as described the world over through the looking glass of OmniMedia, both Josh and Brent discover that the demands between weekends at the farm and work in the big city is not as easy as two educated elites first thought. One part Green Acres and two parts Eva Gabor, the laugh-out-loud story of how Josh and Brent go from rubbing elbows with New York’s snobbish high society, to scooping out chicken coops and 3 feet thick hay and manure leaves you not only wanting, but also considering starting a farm of your own.
Brilliantly written, this manicured memoir reeks of charm, taste and down home Mid-Westerner sarcasm. A must read.