Monthly Archives: June 2013

Oranges

Our tiny new seedless valencia orange treelet managed to squeeze out two perfect, very tasty, juicy oranges. Perfect timing for the winter flu battle. Next year, if we’re lucky, we might get three… Advertisements

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Cotton Spinning and Recovery

It has been very quiet around here as we try and recover from a particularly nasty flu that has lingered much longer than necessary. I’ve been quietly spinning and weaving, and haven’t had much energy or inclination to do much … Continue reading

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RAIN RAIN RAIN!!!!!!!!!

As predicted, booking in our shearing for Monday has brought the much needed rain 🙂 We’re expecting to hit the 30mm mark overnight, which is fantastic. It’s been a long time since we’ve had this much rain, and we’re very … Continue reading

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