Hello from Booral

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  1. Rhonda

    Rhonda Well-Known Member Premium Member

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    Hi Rhonda here from Booral..Just outside of Hervey Bay on 5 acres and love it
     
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    G'day Rhonda.
    Good to have you here.
    What do you do on your block of dirt?
     
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    We grow as many veges and fruit varieties we can...I have chooks . But we have about 3 of our 5 acres left natural for the wild life of which we have lots
     
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    Welcome Rhonda!

    Your property sounds lovely and we also have deliberately left parts of our 3 acres grow natural because the wildlife is not just great to see but helpful for our food garden. I love it too :)

    Hope you enjoy it here.
     
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    Yes we love it here. It's our haven. Never a dull moment and always something to do .
     
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    stevo Backyard Farmer Premium Member

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    Welcome to the site Rhonda :cheers:
     
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    Great stuff. Growing your own produce is very rewarding, and improves the quality of taste of foods. Look forward to seeing more of you on the forum.
     
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    Hi there Rhonda. Welcome. :wave:
    I hope you are getting nice rain, not bad storms.
     
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    Not a single drop. I am sure we have a dome over us at times :mad:
     
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    How about today?
     
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    15 mils of wonderful nurturing rain yesterday afternoon. My garden water drums are full plus a full ring of water in our tank.:yahoo::feedchooks:
     
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    That must surely feel exhilarating.
    There was a really bad storm here last Monday & I'm still cleaning up after it.
    I have so far only removed the tree from one fence with several more to do yet but at least I now have one paddock secure for the horses.
    Also will try to rebuild my carport such as it was, it being not the grandest structure, but sufficient. Trees & branches litter the paddocks.
    All that debris will just have to stay there because recently I have had a health scare & am still not very well.
     
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    Oh dear ClissAT hope you get well real soon. We have a lot of trees down from the winds we copped yesterday..we will clean them up over the coming weeks . One positive to the trees down most are dead anyway and we can stock up on wood for the cooking fire and the winter fires
     
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