Early start enjoying the coolness of autumn.

After feeding the hens, listening to Fast Track on Radio National,  I climbed the hill with a knapsack of transplants.

10 Black apple ( Planchonella australis ) seedlings I dug up from a cluster alongside the roadside, during our jumpseed morning.  A pleasant 2 hours of removing scotch thistles from around a wide range of thriving rain forest trees, some red cedars already a metre high. The thistles grew to 2 metres last year. The mulch they provided is seeing a rush of native nettles and native raspberry now covering the site.

My morning work view.


A spirit festival occupies Mullumbimby this week-end. I saw this van on Friday town morning.


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