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Monday, 21 April 2008

Eleven degrees at 11am. Raining hard and steady. The landscape is starting to look like New Zealand's temperate rainforests, minus the fossilised trees. Here in Carmine no fallen tree has time to fossilise; it's chopped up and hauled into a woodshed before the dust has had time to settle.

2 comments:

Gypsy at Heart said...

What do you do with all the wood? Burn it in wintertime?

Louise said...

Oh yes, nothing goes to waste, and we're mostly woodfired.

Monday, 21 April 2008

Eleven degrees at 11am. Raining hard and steady. The landscape is starting to look like New Zealand's temperate rainforests, minus the fossilised trees. Here in Carmine no fallen tree has time to fossilise; it's chopped up and hauled into a woodshed before the dust has had time to settle.

2 comments:

Gypsy at Heart said...

What do you do with all the wood? Burn it in wintertime?

Louise said...

Oh yes, nothing goes to waste, and we're mostly woodfired.