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Alien crop circles sighted in Burpengary

"great job there and do love the colours - which size poly world pool ?"
Dec 13, 2016
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Alien crop circles sighted in Burpengary

"Your bins are a good shape, size and well spaced and placed for easy access. After having three long beds myself - and sometimes losing track of what is planted in them - I've been thinking smaller versions like this might be the better way to…"
Dec 13, 2016
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Alien crop circles sighted in Burpengary

Commissioned wicking bed number 20 this morning. Not sure I have many more left in me! :-) They haven't endured the recent heat as nicely as I'd hoped. Partial shading might be the next project. Have upped the surface mulch a bit, and that has help.
Dec 13, 2016
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Alien crop circles sighted in Burpengary

"Hello Elaine They are Polyworld pools/troughs. Work well, good height/volume. I wish they weren't so varied in colour, but to get the cheaper price, you haves to take what they's got. Wally stubby is far left centre. On the Masters…"
Dec 10, 2016
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Alien crop circles sighted in Burpengary

"Super! The arrangement and colours sure beat the heck out of my boring black rectangular bins. What bins were they before they morphed into wicking bins?"
Dec 10, 2016
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Blue banded bees sleep over

"bloody beaut, blue-banded bees"
Dec 10, 2016
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Alien crop circles sighted in Burpengary

"I think the alien must have made off with it or I'm just blind."
Dec 10, 2016
Rob Collings commented on Glen's photo
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Alien crop circles sighted in Burpengary

"Ohhh, I would love for ET to create such a feature in my yard. Be proud mate! I see shade on the way, or is that going to be a interstellar landing pad above ground level?"
Dec 10, 2016
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Alien crop circles sighted in Burpengary

"Anyone want to play "where's Wally" with the cameo beer stubby left over from my 50th last weekend?"
Dec 10, 2016
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Alien crop circles sighted in Burpengary

Commissioned wicking bed number 20 this morning. Not sure I have many more left in me! :-) They haven't endured the recent heat as nicely as I'd hoped. Partial shading might be the next project. Have upped the surface mulch a bit, and that has help.
Dec 10, 2016

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Magpie doing a horse whinny

Posted on July 9, 2014 at 20:57 2 Comments

If you are quiet and turn your speaker volume up, you will hear our local magpie perform his horse whinny at the beginning of this clip. He's been doing this for over 5 years. Usually it's part of a little medley of five or six local sounds. I can't pick them all, but one is a wood duck and one is the horse whinny. The neighbour reckons he does a dog bark too.

Magpie whinny

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At 4:43 on June 27, 2014, Lissa said…

Welcome to Brisbane Local Food Glen :)

Please get in touch via message or the discussion forum if you need help finding what you are after, or in using the site.

If you have information about any events happening that others might like to attend, please add them under the Events listing at the top of the page. If you have any problems please don’t hesitate to ask me for help.

Otherwise simply explore, join the conversations and enjoy.
Happy gardening
Lissa

 
 
 

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