Monthly Archives: November 2014

Planning a festival.

When we moved to Donnybrook, four years ago, we knew no-one. We both still worked away, so the only people we met were the fertiliser guy, the tractor repair man, the next door neighbour, and the post office people (thanks … Continue reading

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  This year, sadly, Butterfly’s calf didn’t make it. We think it was born dead or died shortly afterwards. Butterfly always hides her calf in the bush for a few days to a week after calving. When we saw she … Continue reading

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Garlic 101 – part 1

There are thousands of known varieties of garlic in the world. In Australia we have relatively only a few. Garlic comes in all shapes, sizes, colours and strengths and variations of flavour. Sadly, here it is widely known as only white, purple, australian, or … Continue reading

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