Category: Delivery

Searching for Zombies

My last post was seven months ago. I think it is no coincidence that this time coincides with me signing up to study. While I only committed to one unit per teaching period, I found that the area that suffered most as I tried to slot in another thing was …

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Looking forward!

This has been the perfect holiday. Perfect weather, location, company…. but as is always the way, holidays are a short escape from the pressures of home and they don’t last forever. Vern has already headed home as his folks are away for another full week of treatment and he also …

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We’re All in the Same Boat

It’s funny how things change. When we started selling our meat direct I really thought that, because there is no one else in the region doing this, there would be enough demand within 200km of our farm for us to sell out every month. That as a result we’d be …

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The Blog of Many Beginnings

I started writing this blog post at the end of December. We’d finished another ordinary harvest and I was busting to go to the beach for a holiday (kindly supplied by very generous family members). To tell you the truth I’d had enough of home, work and everything attached to …

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IT’S ON!

The dry end to winter that kept up in spring has made November really, really busy. With windrowing of canola and harvest happening three weeks ahead of normal (whatever normal is), there were ramped up stress levels around here as Vern worked hard to get the sheep crutched and jetted …

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Don’t Stew…. REVIEW!

At the start of the final week for September orders numbers were down. It also coincided with the ESA Teen Camp that Vern cooks for (and I’m queen of the dishes) in Halls Gap. I had the worst night’s sleep I can remember in a long time at the start …

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