What I notice most about these flowers, are how hardy they are. They have surprised me by growing almost wherever I have planted them. What surprised me even more, was that I thought they were Geraniums! and that most of these species are indigenous to South Africa. They are found mainly along the east and west coasts … Continue reading The Pelargonium Brief
It has occurred to me on numerous occasions whilst half-way through a blog, that when I mention someone, you may want to actually know just whom I am referring to and what their role on our farm is. It is my absolute pleasure to introduce you to the Rambling Family. Surrounded by a lifetime and then … Continue reading Family matters
Born with the moon in aries and named after the flower she was born next to, our little foal is bound to have us bouncing about as much as she will once she has found her feet. We have been awaiting her arrival with much anticipation and trepidation as her mom Cleo's previous gestation had many complications … Continue reading For the Love of Luna
Its weekend so doing what my donkeys and half the country is good at, STRIKING. Have a super relaxed weekend.
Firstly I need I have made a mistake. I have been confusing my donkeys names. So please say hi to Tequila on the left and Cleo on the right. Homesteading Books Although they have been so wonderful to have on our farm. Very kindly donated by a local farmer. They have set us back many … Continue reading Why Donkeys are called Asses.