Monthly Archives: October 2015

Rhubarb at Food Lovers Bungendore

As we have more rhubarb than we know what to do with or can give away I decided to see if the local market/cafe/deli would like some.  Yes they do.  So today I delivered 3 bunches of Rhubarb tied in … Continue reading

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Bloomin’ garden or edible beauty. 

Bloomin’ sage. This got a hammering in the winter cold but has come back really well.     Bloomin’ chives.    Bloomin’ kale. There would be more blooms but the are rather nice and I keep biting them off the plant … Continue reading

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Blue Tongue Lizard. 

As I was opening the door to the generator shed the other day I noticed this out of the corner of my eye       When my feet were back on the ground and I realised it was not a snake … Continue reading

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Loading Ramp Perfection

This is a follow up to the Frank & Stan Constructions loading ramp build the purpose of which is to demonstrate the previously stated quality of She’ll B Right Engineering.    How’s that, couldn’t have done it better if we … Continue reading

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Frank & Stan constructions build an awesome loading ramp

Frank & Stan Constructions a wholly owned division of She’ll Be Right Engineering has just completed a loading ramp build so Stan can unload the pasture aerators he imports from the US at his farm. See them here at Ranch Worx … Continue reading

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How to pickle olives

The recently arrived olive plants also came with instructions on how to pickle the olives that, sometime in the future, we will have enough of to share with friends and family. So I thought I might share it here. Place … Continue reading

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Olive seedlings from Fruit Tree Lane

The olive seedlings arrived from Fruit Tree Lane which I mentioned a few posts ago. As you can see the plants are excellent quality and arrived looking great after their trip in the mail. I have transplanted them into Rocket Pots … Continue reading

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Braidwood wisteria

Spring has sprung and the wisteria is out all over the place. We saw this particularly excellent example at Braidwood on Saturday when we were having coffee, pastries and getting our bread at The Dojo Bakery as we do every … Continue reading

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