Monthly Archives: November 2013

Lagoon Creek…water in the middle reaches

We missed the fresh coming down Kewell Creek last Saturday morning but we saw it come down Lagoon Creek at the end of the day. It’s always great to see the leading edge of water flow down a dry creek. … Continue reading

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Men with chainsaws

Every year men with chainsaws and big bits of gear come and trim the trees near the power lines. This year Ellie thought she was up for a job on their crew, happy to be showered with leaves and light … Continue reading

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Kewell Creek…running again

Walking upstream after rain.

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First there is a mountain, then there is no mountain, then there is…

Rain! Last week we had 118.5 mm of rain. Beautiful rain, long overdue, life saving… We had had 10 mm one night the week before that had been divine to hear on the roof at midnight. Another 9.5 mm the … Continue reading

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Dolores, bless her little heart

Last week we did some cattle work, vaccinating all the calves against pink eye then moving the herd out to the back paddock where there is more feed for them. We moved the whole herd to the yards on Friday … Continue reading

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The Woop Woop March on horseback

Woop Woop is an Australian colloquialism that means the middle of nowhere. The equestrian protesters called the Franklin Horses are also using woop woop as a rallying cry. They are riding 1300km from Grafton, on The Clarence in Northern NSW, … Continue reading

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Big Sky Mirror

 

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