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6 days ago

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Denise and Renae preparing the summer garden beds.
When the soil warms up, the beds will be planted with capsicum, tomatoes, eggplant and sweet corn.
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2 weeks ago

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Raymon assembling another shade house in preparation for our summer gardens. This will give us four structures. We will put bird netting over them in order to keep out chooks and kangaroos.

Our apricot trees and peach trees are in full flower. Hoping for a good fruit set.
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3 weeks ago

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After the rain. Country is looking refreshed ...

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3 weeks ago

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We have received over 30mls of rain in the past several days.
Very grateful for the rain, in what is being a dry year.
Dogs were not so enthusiastic about the rain. Confined to the veranda.
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4 weeks ago

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Our two wwoofers, Marion, from Germany and Armadine, from France, preparing one of our summer garden beds.
Also, plum trees are in flower
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1 month ago

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Denise and company working on her new herb garden beds.
Gypsy the goat and Indy the kelpie dog providing support, on a pleasant winter's day
Raymon's Subaru SVX in Apricot Cottage carport in background.
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2 months ago

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Signs of approaching Spring.
Almond trees have started to flower, and the Cootamundra Wattle at the Wirrabara Forest picnic ground is in flower.
Also, the new sign at the previous Forestry Office - will become the District Office for the Dept for Environment and Water, though it is still undergoing a major renovation
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2 months ago

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2 months ago

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3 months ago

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We have had a series of frosty mornings. As cold as it looks.
Not helpful for early starts on pruning
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