A Travellerspoint blog

August 2018

Nannup Garden & Tulip show🌷

Headed off on the Friday, 17 August. Nice and easy setup but a very short berth. Also had a few walk through's by neighbours. Here's Ian checking out the step, in case he needs to use it when guests come over. ?
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The tulips. The shire gardeners plant 14,000 each year. New bulbs each year, and sourced from Tasmania.
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Deborah caught up with Costa. Even got a tickle from his famous beard.
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Jocelyn popped in for a visit, and a cuppa coffee. She even got to buy some tulip bulbs. Not the best view of Ian's head ?IMG_201808..5653596_HDR.jpg

We caught up with Steve Wood who talked about his oyster mushrooms. We will now try and follow his instructions to grow our own Oysters.
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The Blackwood River. Not the highest it had been, but certainly flowing well, strong enough that we didn't think we'd be able to paddle up river in our kayak.
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Costa the garden gnome/ Environmental Educator, NSW chapter was out and about on Saturday.
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