Monday, July 1, 2013

June Wrap Up

~Home cooking~

Beef stir fry


Corn beef fritters


Goulash


Pineapple dessert


~Out Back~

 The super moon




 The salt lake has water...


A touch of frost...


 Oranges...


 Green...


Moss,
something we don't see very often.


Chickens enjoying the green...


Wheat...


 A fox has been visiting and stole one of our baby chickens. It was 9.30 in the morning when he struck, thank goodness we were home and heard the ruckus unfolding.  Unfortunately he has been too clever to get caught in this trap...


 Pig poo sprouting...

  
Tried to capture steam rising from the fence, 
I failed, but still a nice pic.


 Succulent


Chickens are laying very well...


Collecting around a dozen a day.


Stunning sunrises




And sunsets.


 ~Making~

Cosies...

For a recycled can


 and mugs

one for him...


 and one for me...


We are going on a road trip to Alice Springs this week to attend the wedding of my nephew, 
and I will see you all when we get back 


Sweet Blessings,

xTania


16 comments:

  1. Hi Tania what a lovely roundup for June. Lots of good food and wonderful things happening outdoors for you guys.
    Safe traveling to the wedding and have a wonderful time.
    Anne xx

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  2. Love the photos, Tania and what great meals you have cooked. Enjoy your trip. The weather should be good for travelling in the Outback at this time of year.

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  3. Gorgeous photos, your light is stunning,
    Have a wonderful holiday and congratulations to your nephew and new niece
    Love from Sue
    xxx

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  4. AH bliss! Love all those rural photos... I often think of going rural... Maybe when we're empty nesters.. dunno..

    Love the wintery scenes.
    Fox?! Damn!
    Lovely meals..

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  5. Lovely photos. Enjoy the wedding!

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  6. Lovely photos, thanks for sharing

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  7. Beautiful photos, I wish my chooks were laying like that, its a bit cold where I am and they have really slowed down to a stand still.

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  8. Great photos I can see the steam! have a safe road trip don't forget your camera xxxx

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  9. Another 6 months been and gone..... And hasn't it been busy:))
    Loved all your pics stunning sunsets and sun rise..

    Hope you get that fox, our devils used to do the same when we had chooks and ducks..

    Enjoy the wedding and the road trip to Alice Springs :))
    hugs pat ..

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  10. dear tania,
    thanks for the wonderful roundup for june.love all those rural photos.....
    have a nice time,
    love and hugs regina

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  11. With all those yummy dinners and gorgeous sunsets, I might just decide to move in as a permanent guest. :-)
    Have a wonderful time in Alice Springs! Can't wait to see pics when you return.

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  12. Hi Tania. It is so weird to think that we are having completely opposite weather patterns here. Your pics are so great. How many hens do you have? I have 14 now, and am shooting for having a dozen eggs a day. But 7 of them are not yet to age of lay. Couple more months!
    Hugs,
    Kris

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  13. What great sunset photos. Love those mug cosines, very clever:)))

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  14. I enjoyed your pictures of the sunrises and sunsets. I have chickens here in the Smokey Mountains, and I lose a few to foxes and possums. If you catch the fox, will you relocate him? I had bears coming up years ago and the forest service had to trap them and haul them off to Tennessee to release them. I try to avoid killing any animals if I can help it. Not a bunny hugger, just don't like to do it.

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  15. Tania,
    Time for an update! I'm interested in what's going on way out there.

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