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  1. Kasalia

    Kasalia http://retired2006.blogspot.com.au/ Premium Member GOLD

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    I am now the Garden Manager of the South Coffs Community Garden. It is one acre of basically nothing. Currently doing a funding thing.
    Health is on the up, so got over the first 3 months of ****
    Been on holiday to Melbourne for the International Show in April rained all the way and back. Got myself a Glass/Greenhouse at the show for a really good show special. Put it in the front yard.
    Kids paid for tickets to John Williamson concert on his mountain property at Springbrook, this past Queens birthday long weekend. Torrential rain up and down the coast was free. What is it about the rain and us going away?
    And...... to top it off now a moderator of a forum for simply living.

    Talk about busy!
     
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  2. stevo

    stevo Backyard Farmer Premium Member

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    You have been busy, and sounds like it's all happening for you!

    I sneaked a peak at your blog link and saw the Willoshed pics and wet day. Looks like a nice property though.

    Some of my family grew up at Moonee Beach, which has changed a lot now. They also owned a block of land at Korora.

    and the community garden looks good on their website.
     
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  3. Mark

    Mark Founder Staff Member

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    Congratulations!

    The rain has been constant throughout the SE I've been gardening in the wet regardless because there's so much to do and I can't afford to wait... :)
     
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    ClissAT Valued Member Premium Member GOLD

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    Congrats. Every community should have a huge garden to share.


    You'll be taking your gardening to a whole new level now! Such fun.

    Queens Birthday long weekend???? when was that?!?!:confused:

    This winter rain thing seems to be becoming a habit for SE Qld/Nthn NSW.

    What is 'simply living'?
     
  5. Kasalia

    Kasalia http://retired2006.blogspot.com.au/ Premium Member GOLD

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    @ClissAT Took some time to think about this, to me Simple Living is The forum is http://thehomemakers.freeforums.net/ have to join though.
    • cutting away the excess in life
    • getting back to what is truly important to us.
    • decluttering
    • saying no to things that we don't need (consumerism)
    • taking time to do nothing
    • living an environmentally conscious life
    • Make it, grow it, preserve it not relying on others to do it for you.
     
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  6. letsgo

    letsgo Valued Member Premium Member GOLD

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    Congrats Kasalia, so glad your health is on the improve. We have been away so didn't experience any of the rain, we have come back to everything so green and the veggie garden gone nuts.
     

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