A blog about farm life, spinning, my yarn dyeing, weaving and markets. I live with my husband on a small farm near Ballarat. I have sheep, mostly English Leicester as well as dogs, ducks, chooks and a cat.
We spent Christmas Day with family at our son and daughter in law's home. Lunch was delicious and all the more enjoyable as I didn't have to cook. I had cooked the pudding and Christmas cake.
A special treat was to see how Taffy's car is progressing. The car is almost finished. He is going to add stripes down the centre. A few other adjustments and the car will be on the road. David has enjoyed working with Taffy on some weekends
A grey wet day after the heat. A spider has been busy outside our front door.
The trees are growing. I am so disappointed that my quince trees have lost a lot of their fruit this year. Hot winds seem to have been the problem. The trees look really healthy and have been watered. The lack of fruit happens every few years and this must be the year.
I'm off to do some weaving after dyeing yarn for the Sunday Arts Centre Market.