i was in the Peak District at the weekend. wonderful walks in vast green open spaces, cleared my foggy mind. I find it brilliant that people sell things randomly outside their homes in more rural areas and there's an unspoken trust and etiquette, take what you want, leave the money in the pot. it's not about making cash, but covering costs, sharing produce, thinking local. this would be cool in the city, it would be interesting to see what different households in a street might sell, if it might lead to more connections within local communities. i'm sure i could shift some cake. unfortunately it would no doubt be abused. Could you leave a box of coins on your doorstep? Would people take something and leave money?
I bought some beans back, i'm hoping they'll grow into magic beanstalks.