Well we had the bonfire, but it was a really cold night so we cheated and put it close to the veranda so we had shelter. We will save the dead tree out the back for another night. As you can see the marshmallows were a big hit as usual.
It was my little girl’s 6th birthday recently and she’d requested a bonfire for her party, and also a bonfire cake! This was the end result. She had a ball, (which kids don’t at a party) and we went through two packets of marshmallows later by the real bonfire.
This is my gorgeous little nephew Joseph taking a looksie at the new book on his latest visit back to the farm. He’s a bright spark this one and just adorable. (I’m a very proud aunty can you tell.) Another future farmer no doubt, just like his daddy.
Definitely not picking mushrooms. No, these two little helpers are out picking up golf balls. Their dad practices hitting balls out into the back paddock and the kids love going and getting them (how long till they grow up and realise its not fun and start calling it hard work?). Hopefully we have a few
We took the kids up ‘the rock’ before school started again and had a picnic in the cave at the top. It’s a beautiful place to go, and in winter is amazing looking out over the green golf course which is set around the rocks. The kids love climbing over the rocks and playing through
It was a glorious afternoon and we were all sitting around this beautiful shady lilac tree on the lawn having a few drinks. Blake (my three year old) was having fun climbing the tree and my Aunty Di took this photo of him. He is a boy all over and loves driving around in their