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As farmers will say, "you've got livestock, you've got deadstock!" and this year we have had a few losses, three of our six lambs didn't make it. One I managed to find almost lifeless bringing it home to warm and...

There are a myriad of signposts that measure growth around me, such as the group of native trees on our front fence line, our first plantings to the exposed paddocks. I can recall planting these out as it was done...

Sometimes it is the small things in life. The many changes and happenings present in a day, like these frogs eggs so prolific along the banks of the lagoon, new life and food for hungry others. Wild orchids underfoot, petite emblems for...

Evidence of colour healing can be found in Ancient Indian, Egyptian, Chinese and Greek civilisations who all worshipped the sun in their own individual and meaningful ways, as the source of all colour the sun was highly revered. As Albert...

The river rising recently and beginning its creep towards the Billabongs, yes we have had lovely rain...

Spring is almost upon us and I have been mulching the fruit trees and veggie patches using the many newspapers I have been collecting over the months. I suppose I must have read them all at some stage and yet...

Some of our winters harvest snapped on its way to a local food swap recently. Grown in connection with other realms for added soul value and life force, that may or may not be measured or visible on this earthly...

The chill of a winters day is effortlessly abated within the healing field of the teepee. Hushed conversations and soaring sound scapes have been returning themes and I have enjoyed observing the patterns of life before me and those who have come to...

        The new Goulburn River Valley holiday planner has been published and our accommodation is listed on page 41. The holiday planner is also available as a smart phone app and we will be adding some exciting content to the interactive...

Driving down our Road this morning I noticed a sign on the side of the road, well actually I first noticed the gorgeous colour of the lemons against the grey of the winters morning. The colour and the generosity gave...