I know, I know, I should have got back to you sooner, but winter is coming and I’m trying my best to get as much knitting done as possible.
You may have noticed I haven’t been around here. Sorry, but I’ve been to Beechworth for the last few days.
Today is ANZAC day. That is our main memorial day to remember all those that fought in a war and also those that died.
I’ve had my greenhouse for over 6 months now and I still love it. One of the things I wanted to find out was would I be able to grow tomatoes in it during winter.
It is hard to believe that I have been making my own bread now for two years. That is especially true when it comes to sourdough.
Quick post today. I was thinking of not doing one at all but then thought why don’t I just share a few images of the cosmos that are growing in my garden.
I’ve tried planning trips before and then lockdowns happened. The trip was postponed. We planned again, another lockdown. In the end, we gave up.
I mentioned recently that I had got back into knitting and that I wanted to knit for a charity. So I found one, Knit One Give One, or kogo for short.
I had a lovely morning on Sunday as I got up early and went to the Werribee Zoo where I toured the Savannah.
Tulips are such beautiful and elegant flowers. Though they aren’t as easy to grow here as they are in other parts of the world.