We had a lovely article written about us in the local paper, the Wingham Chronicle: Christmas leftover recipe Pytt i panna – or translated from Swedish "small pieces in a pan." This is one of Les’ favourites. He used to hate leftovers but now he asks for them. Dice potatoes into small cubes, fry until... Continue Reading →
We met Jeremy when we were asked to do a presentation for Permaculture Sydney North. He was on the garden team and asked if he could come and work with us here. Jeremy is a talented gardener but he really loves fixing broken things, renovating old tools or taking on any challenge that requires skill... Continue Reading →
Aah Christina, another incredible woman! We are so lucky to meet these wonderful people who want to come to our farm, who help us do so much and who quickly become part of our family and our lives. The slideshow here shows better than words, what she did while staying with us.
The drinking water for our house is stored in a tank up the hill behind the house (10m above the roof line, so we can run sprinklers on the roof in the event of a big fire and simultaneous power outage). We catch the water in a smaller tank below the house, then use a... Continue Reading →
Left and Chloe stayed with us for a week. We enjoyed having them here. They fed pigs, weeded gardens and were happy to try anything. They were absolute stars when it came to helping make marmalade. We had masses of oranges, cumquats and limes and they prepared them all - Thanks guys, you... Continue Reading →