I’ve been a little quiet lately, but there is a good reason for that. Harvest. Now last year I spent harvest writing The Sunnyvale Girls and by the time I came up for air I had one ride in the truck with dad and then harvest was finished. A very weird feeling I must say….felt
Yesterday my son and I jumped into the truck with my dad and headed out for a load. It’s hot and sweaty, dusty and sometimes itchy and there were spider webs….but besides all that it still is fun to go out for a ride. Here is my son, sitting up the back enjoying the ride.
Having your power go out is never great. It happened again today while I was at work. It surged on and off and took out half the shop, and caused one of our computers to fry and stinck the place out. So the end of the day was spent guessing the price of beer and
This is our fruit tree enclosure and its full of life and budding fruit. Our grape vines are loaded (hopefully the chooks wont get them this year) and the peaches are growing madly as you can see below. They are the first pick, followed by the nectarines usually. Its exciting to watch as the trees
My aunty emailed me this photo the other day and its just too cute. It was taken during the 2007/08 harvest and my son Blake just wanted to help his uncle Mocka fix the header. Funny how kids think by them touching it, it will magically work!! If only.