Marginal Country……that’s what we live in, meaning, in part, rain is marginal…… we live in a 8-9 inch (200-225mm) rainfall country, so we don’t ask for much. You look after the land out here when it dries off, wait for the rain, and the land will respond, green, seeding grasses that dry off, but still full of goodness.
Most mornings are glorious. Waking up on the top side of the grass usually is a good thing? Some mornings are just a tad more magic than others. Let me introduce you to Monday 20 March 2017 6.32.29am (sunrise was 6.44am this morning) at Goodwood. Junior and I walked into the “House” Paddock, or maybe […]
As long as I live out here I’m pretty sure that I won’t ever stop being amazed by the colour changes that Mother Nature paints on our skies. All these photos were taken on the 21 May between 6.39.44am to 6.19.54pm 6.39.44am 7.09am is sunrise, I find the best colour in the morning sky is pre […]
Each year at the Dawn Service this Anzac Poem is read out An Anzac Day Poem It’s just a simple service in a little place I know, when steady stars are paling and the sleepy earth wakes slow, with the greasy smell of morning in a little town at dawn, as with sleepy eyes and […]
Junior is the “mate to all” in our dog world. Bruno and Nikki tolerate each other, but Junior is friend to both and has been since he was a puppy. How lovely it is to have these three as part of our world. Junior’s casing ball buddy is Nikki who dearly loves the game and […]