The raspberry patch has sent up lots of new plants, so some went into pots and out to the Farmgate shop where they disappeared in one day.
These five goslings are two weeks old and hadn't seen any sun until three days ago.
To be honest, I got really fed up with walking up to the top of this hill every afternoon to bring her down to the dairy. That's our home and the all the sheds down there at the bottom of the hill.
After more than three years of milking two cows, managing their calving times so that we always had a cow to milk, I feel like a big part of my day has been given back to me. OK, that's the advantage, BUT, there's no milk, cream or making cheese. Milk from the shop is different. That's all I'll say on that matter.
So the pattern of my days is different now, for awhile, but the bee keeping part of life has taken over for the next few months, so the timing really couldn't be better.
Relocating a hive of bees that had taken up residence in a possum box.
We brought the possum box home with us and used it for a project to work on at one of the bee-keeping workshops.
Wild and wet weather is here again, daylight saving has begun, and summer feels a long way off in the distance.
I'm packing my tiny bag and will fly to Victoria on Wednesday morning to spend a couple of weeks with my favorite little girls.
So you won't see me here for awhile. My days will be full with walks to the park, stories being told, books being read to little girls who's arms will be entwined around Granny's leg or neck.
I'm a very spasmodic blogger, but Jembella Farm on Facebook always has the latest of what's happening here and further afield if you ever want to go across and have a peek. As my attention span is so short, always dashing off to another something, I can snap a picture and post it there while I'm in the middle of the paddock, or up to my elbows in flour in the kitchen.
Hmmm.... I'm still waiting for that slower kind of life to appear.
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