Springtime at Wurruk’an!
Spring is well under way here at Wurruk’an – the flowers are bloomin’ awesome, the bees are busy buzzing, the sun is shining (at least I’m sure it is somewhere above the rain clouds), our dainty garden mutated into a forest overnight, and the geese are keeping themselves busy hissing at every moving thing that comes near their nest. As for the humans, our newest resident Beth is away doing a Permaculture course in Daylesford, learning all of the awesome things and trying to figure out how she can smuggle a Jersey cow home in her hatchback.
Liam and Rachel have just come back from their basket weaving sojourn in Tasmania where many baskets were made, much cheese consumed, and many lambs cuddled.
Dan is busy trying to replicate Arnie’s leg muscles on his ride to and from work every day, doing architect-y things, and putting a ceiling in the Cob Cabin.
A lot of our summer veggies are in the ground, and hopefully it won’t be long until we can move on from turnips and cabbages to tomatoes, eggplants, zucchinis, pumpkins, beans, corn, capsicums, potatoes…