Christmas, the New Year & Preserves

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ImageThe beautiful vermillion-flowering gum, Corymbia ficifolia is in full bloom along our fence-line.  Every time I catch sight of it I am amazed by the blaze of colour it produces.

Christmas and New Year

The days leading in to Christmas and the New Year were filled with all the tasks associated with having 13 family members arrive for Christmas dinner.  This involved a large amount of cooking and tidying up, right from when we knocked off work on December 20th.  It’s only now that I feel I can relax a little and enjoy the remaining 5 days of my summer holidays.

The early Summer weather has been extremely changeable – very warm and humid, with summer showers on most days.  Not the gentle kind, but rather, heavy downpours that move on as quickly as they have arrived.  This time last year we were experiencing the beginnings of a drought that…

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