Wednesday, October 7, 2009


We have now been in the country for 2 years. Not sure where that went, or how we ended up being landladies in rural New South Wales.

We are also celebrating a weekend of rain- only 13mm but tanks and gardens looking better for it.

It is the first week of school holidays so flat out here with families arriving and departing and our house cleaning speeds have moved up a gear.

The garden is a mass of pink pig-face, and veggies are thriving. We even have baby olives on our olive trees. I am sure Ness will knock up an olive press out of bits of old tin and string before it is time to harvest.

From Protea Farm 1

The sulphur crested cockatoos have returned and are strutting around trying to impress the ladies.

From Protea Farm 1

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