Spring is in the air and the weather has been magnificent. We are back in our Queensland gear – shorts and Polo shirts!
The new zoning has final come into effect so we have been working hard on getting our Development Application in to Council and approved as soon as possible. Now it is a waiting game until the finalisation and we can start work on the next stage in full swing.It is amazing to look at what we started with
and what we have now!
Plus the expansion of our product line.
The warmer weather has brought a lot of our feather friends back. The green grass parrots and the finches are becoming more numerous.
The ladies (our chooks) are starting to lay again and we are getting an egg a day from each of them now.
Our helper in August was Ashley. She was a real gem. Lester and Ashley put the new animal house together with lots of laughs!
We had a few strong winds that blew the greenhouse away so there was a major job in securing it so we could start planting our seeds ready for planting. I think Lester was looking at it as a man cave lol!
Our resident wombat is slowly recovering from the mange as we continue to treat him with the mixture the wildlife people gave us. He is getting very cheeky and coming right up to the shop at night for his dinner of nice tender green grass. He is a great lawn mower!
Our latest venture is setting up an online shop. We are asked so often if people can buy more products once they have returned home, that we have decided to give it a try. Keep an eye out, it will be up and running very soon. Here are some of the packages we will be offering.
Frogs are starting to take over the shop area! It is great fun sourcing more and more different options for people to collect.
We love to help people get the most out of their holiday. Giving them a brochure to remind them of the places we have suggested they visit was becoming a problem as we were collecting so many brochures. We have solved the problem by purchasing a brochure carousel which is working a treat!
In preparation for summer we have been out on the property burning off any shrubbery that is a potential hazard.