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Tuesday, April 19, 2011

Watch this land

We have done it. We've moved out of the city, to a place which is nearer to nature, more inaccessible but worth it when you get there. This place still has native skinks running around (small lizards) from under leaves or decaying matter whenever it is disturbed (they are considered rare, but their numbers been depleted here). The house we bought has raised garden beds in the back, and a great storage cupboard for storing food preserves. It has fruit trees as well. And room for an actual compost heap. I do have to travel further to work, but it will be on mass public transport. My children will not grow up stunted. Watch this space. (Or shall I say "land".)

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