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At 8:18 on March 1, 2014, Lyn Buffett said…

Thanks Florence.  It was great to be able to let people know about our community crop swap coming up.  

At 7:05 on March 1, 2014, Florence said…
Hey Lyn, just heard you on radio! Well done :)
At 8:40 on July 17, 2011, Vanessa Collier said…
Hi Lyn, can you forward Joanne's address on to me please?
At 22:13 on July 14, 2011, Scarlett said…

Hi Lyn

I think that name change sounds good, I had seen the name Logan CAN inumerable times and had no idea what it meant :)

SJP

At 12:18 on October 20, 2010, Linda Brennan said…
Thanks Lyn I will pass this info on to Karen, a new member of BLF who lives in Logan. She is keen to be involved.
At 9:06 on October 20, 2010, Linda Brennan said…
Hi Lyn are you stillinvolved with a community garden starting up in Logan? I am interested in the details as a friend wants to be involved too and would like more info. Linda.
At 20:51 on July 15, 2010, Vanessa Collier said…
Congratulations Lyn. Glad it was a relatively quick process for you and all went safely and well.
At 20:25 on July 15, 2010, Florence said…
Congratulations Lyn, Hailey's a good baby gave mummy a quick labour :)
At 20:10 on July 15, 2010, Jane said…
Congratulations on the birth of litle Hailey.
At 19:49 on July 15, 2010, Scarlett said…
congratulations! fantastic :)
hey, my labours were both two hours also... it's a bit sudden but at least it's over and done with quickly, no? hope you weren't next to a freeway somewhere ;)
SJP
At 12:22 on March 11, 2010, Scarlett said…
Hi Lyn

I found this on Linda Brennan's website (well worth subscribing to her e-news)

It's a carambola cake recipe - nice!
http://www.ecobotanica.com.au/Recipes-pg11046.html

SJP
At 18:04 on February 17, 2010, Lyn Buffett said…
Yeah almost half an acre (aprox 1800m2). My friend over the hill excavated for a pool and have given us the soil. I am going to use it to terrace a part of my yard. It is beautiful red soil so I think it will be great for my planned new vegie garden beds. I have to wait for the ground to dry out now so the bobcat can get into by sloped yard without getting stuck. The bobcat will spread it around for me.
At 15:01 on February 16, 2010, Florence said…
60m3! You must have a big yard Lyn! Bom says it should be easing off from tomorrow... that happens to me every time I got something delivered too ^^ not at your volume though ~ All the best with your new red dirt ~
At 21:05 on February 8, 2010, Lyn Buffett said…
Thanks Scarlet. It is about to get a whole lot better too as I am building a big new vegie garden.
At 17:46 on February 4, 2010, Scarlett said…
your garden is fantastic!
At 8:41 on January 30, 2010, Addy said…
Lyn, I found, after pruning the tips of my new cuke plant, flowers are growing like there's no tomorrow!

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