Becky replied to Christa's discussion Something Hubbie hasn't done for over 55 years.
"mmm!  Onya Ian. 😁"
yesterday
Christa replied to Christa's discussion Living on a 1/8th acre site that receives 11 inches of rain per year.
"That temperature difference on the side of the road is really shocking.  I am so glad we have a wider footpath than most residences.  Our neighbours have built their house like Fort Knox, high walled black tin fences and heaps of concrete and they…"
Saturday
Dave Riley replied to Christa's discussion Living on a 1/8th acre site that receives 11 inches of rain per year.
"Here's another stand-out image. The power of mulch, in this case, cut Vetiver. Moisture and soil temperature difference vs bare soil:

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Saturday
Dave Riley replied to Christa's discussion Living on a 1/8th acre site that receives 11 inches of rain per year.
" Yes Brad Lancaster is so relevant to Australia.The videos are useful, but to get to the nitty gritty you need to read his books which are manuals for thinking this way.
Lancaster has had  a major influence on me.
But his perspective comes with a…"
Friday
Barbara Tealby replied to Christa's discussion Living on a 1/8th acre site that receives 11 inches of rain per year.
"Very inspirational, but I'm not too sure about those showers!"
Friday
Andrew Cumberland replied to Christa's discussion Living on a 1/8th acre site that receives 11 inches of rain per year.
"I'll definitely have a look. "
Jan 14
Christa posted a discussion
One day when you have nothing to do, sit down and look at this video. it goes for a while. HERE See if you could live like this. It's hard to compare as we have more rainfall.  I wish I could organise his washing machine setup.  The garden shower…
Jan 14
Christa posted a status
Anybody growing Sambucus nigra? How does it grow best? By cutting, seed. Any hints would help. When does it flower in Brisbane. Do you use the flowers or berries. I want to use the elderberries.
Jan 14
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CANNER FOR THE FUTURE

When all my fruit trees finally produce an abundance of fruit, I will have a way to save and store harvests.  With my many Ball-mason jars and even my old vacola bottles, will have some use.  

This AMERICAN cooker is 30 quart or 28.5 litre…

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  •  Thank you Christa for your kind welcome.  Yes the body is a little slower than it used to be, but the mind has accumulated a lot more wisdom with age!!

    I look forward to sharing and learning from the group.

  • Thanks so much Christa, The GV's are great, I love coming together with our group. It is the Hosts that we should thank as I know that week before the Event is a big one, they work so hard. We all know how successful your GV was. 

  • Hi Christa, thanks for you welcome, sorry it took a while to get back.. xmas period was pretty hectic!
  • Thanks for your friend request :)
  • Welcome Chris.  Sorry you had a bit of trouble joining up mate.  You should be right now.  Feel free to let me know if you have any questions about the site.  Enjoy!

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