Monthly Archives: September 2011

Happy little Grass Pigs

Happy guinea pigs. Nothing a good feed of grass and a small handful of cape gooseberries can’t fix when you’ve been kept from roaming the garden for a few days.

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Odd as a Frog

Yesterday my wife delivered a bucket of tadpoles and frog-lets to the house door. Rescued from a fate no tadpole should face. I put them in the spare little pot pond which was emptied of its fish as I had … Continue reading

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Broad bean eaters – who? where?

As thick as thieves this little couple. I’m sure Jaz is the better one at getting to the stuff and Maiki just loves to tag along and hide when she can. Here they are feasting on a couple of broad … Continue reading

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Spot the Guinea Pig

There is munching and crunching from under the Cape Gooseberry bush. Rustling leaves and odd little cheeky sounds. Can you spot the guinea pig? Jaz is there, trust me.

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Jennifer Aniston – The clucky chook

This is a little sampling of some of the gifts were receive each day from the gals down the back corner. The top egg is a light brown and is from Penny. The large white is from our big black … Continue reading

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Orchids

Not all the flowers are outside at this time of the year. These orchids were forming their beautiful flowers through the chilly nights of winter and opened near the end of August. I moved them inside around that time and … Continue reading

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Spring Blossom

The nectarine tree is doing well also. After being sprayed a few weeks back there doesn’t seem to be anywhere near the curly-leaf on it this year. I removed a few leaves today and some a few days ago, but … Continue reading

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