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2 weeks ago

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Day in the veggie garden for Renae and for Matt. End of the winter garden, and broad beans, garden peas and snow peas all came out to make room for the summer garden: tomatoes, sweetcorn, cucumbers and zucchinis.
Also, we have a few ripe apricots on our early trees. Promise of things to come!
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2 weeks ago

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3 weeks ago

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Renae with her veges on our stall at the Wirrabara Producers Market this morning.
A hot day, so some water activity in the dam later on.
Another 7 goslings with their very protective parents. Our geese numbers continue to increase!
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1 month ago

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Our cows enjoying a fresh paddock.
The spring rains and mild temperatures have ensured plenty of pasture growth.
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2 months ago

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2 months ago

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Early morning from several days ago, following overnight rain.

Grass is growing rapidly with some warmer days, and Raymon is spending time on the slasher in the orchard.

Goslings also growing rapidly, and our gaggle of geese cover an amazing distance around the property every day
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2 months ago

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Renae with her veges: cabbages, caulis, broccoli, silverbeet, on our stall at the Wirrabara Producers Market last Sunday.
Also, photo of the quince trees in flower
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3 months ago

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We have had several geese hatch out goslings in the past few days.
They have all combined, along with their attendant ganders to form one mega group. Much honking as they trek through the orchard!
We will have abundant geese available later.
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3 months ago

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A Spring photo. Plums have finished flowering and now in leaf. Apricots and peaches are in flower ...

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3 months ago

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Several Spring photos of the fruit trees in flower.
Firstly, the apricots, and then two of the narabeen plums after the recent rain.
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