There are signs of Spring,
nice sunny days with mild temperatures...
Even the quandongs (wild peaches/bush tucker)
are ripening. These are usually not ready until September.
They taste good, nice and juicy from all the rain.
I compare the taste of these to being similar to rhubarb.
Nice when stewed and made into a crumble or pie.
Getting my daily dose of freshly picked vitamin C
I don't pick our fruit all at once. I just venture out to the tree and pick as I want or need.
We are giving a lot of these away as there are too many...
Picked some more broccoli.
Time to start thinking about my Spring veggie garden. I think I will plant early this year so I can avoid planting in the extreme heat we have in January, February. And hopefully save on water J
Teaching my young Grandie to crochet, he did a great job and is now "hooked" His is the blue one
does anyone know what this one is called?
Birds on a wire.
I found lots of nests in our trees,
wont be long and these will hopefully have babies in them.
And plenty of them!
Cyclamen in flower
Getting around a dozen eggs a day,
including this strange pointy one.
Our girls enjoying all the green.
Cheeky girl in our house yard.
Happy old girl...
The salt lake out back has water.
The view out back...
The native trees are starting to bloom...
Succulents around the garden are in flower.
Hubby has been cleaning the pool.
We need to make a decision about this pool due to the rising water costs. Whether we keep it to swim in when its hot, or just use it for water storage for use on the garden...
Enjoying the occasional green smoothie...This one had one banana, orange (peeled), mandarin (peeled) apple, pear, a little bit of orange juice and a bit of kale and celery for the green. Whizzed together and YUM!
Some more pretty sunrises
And equally pretty sunsets...
What has been happening at your place? Are you getting ready for the change of seasons?
Wishing everyone a lovely weekend, we are meant to have more rain J