More holiday rantings

Let’s get back to the Mediterranean … Greeks love their garlic which they add to most savoury dishes. I have eaten some of the best tzatziki I have ever had the pleasure of tasting, used crusty bread to mop up Greek olive oil which had been poured lovingly onto a side plate, shared oven baked …

Holiday rantings

So much for me posting more regularly …what nonsense! I do have an excuse though, we have been away overseas for the past month seeing family, friends and bloggers! Trust me, I’m no travel writer so I seriously hope that I won’t bore you with my holiday rantings. Arriving at Heathrow airport at a sensible …

Misty Mornings

I haven’t done a post in such a long time .. does it matter? Well not really I guess. The question is, are you good people still out there waiting for more news from Frog Pond Farm? Autumn has abruptly become winter .. it’s funny how one season disappears into another. Swallowed up. Nature is …

Autumn jumble

It was drizzling on Sunday morning which made me chomp at the bit (I love that expression) to be outdoors messing about in the veg garden .. with gloves on though, I had my nails painted for a do! Autumn is a favourite season … Loddon Lane Vineyard .. Marlborough A few weeks back, we …

Marching into Autumn

Our autumn garden is starting to get that jaded look. In saying that, it is still doing a fine job of attracting monarch butterflies. And it is still feeding us … we are munching on the sweetest corn and as I planted more dwarf and runner beans I’m picking those daily too. There are chillies and capsicum and a variety of …

Life is grand …

I’m gazing lovingly out the window. It is a superb sunny day, with bright blue skies and a light breeze. The bugs are chirping merrily away outdoors, relishing the gorgeous autumn weather. The grass thanks to the volumes of rain we experienced last week, resembles an electric green carpet. It never ceases to amaze me how …

Super man

I have never actually dedicated a post to anyone … I wonder why? 😀 But as Bill is leaving on Sunday and given how busy he has been cooking meals for us, making jams and jellies, picking and freezing fruit and generally being a top bloke, I thought I would – although I hate to say he …

Oh the view

I was so pleased with myself the other day. I shut the office door, grabbed my camera and headed off to the coast. I couldn’t resist taking some pics of the amazing views we have not far from where we live. I still have to pinch myself .. I love this place. Oaia Island West …

Summer reflections

I’m not really big on New Year’s resolutions, mainly because I’m undisciplined and they never seem to happen. Hence ‘I must post more regularly in 2017’ is off to a rotten start! How is your garden growing? Our summer is up and down like a yoyo. It started out with gusto and then it seemed as …

Hello Summer

… and to think it is nearly Christmas. New Zealand’s Christmas tree – the Pokutakawa I have a jumble of pics for you – and none of my garden (hard to believe this is a gardening blog don’t you think). But I do some gardening news … here goes The garlic has been removed – the …

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