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Bio Farmer, Goonoo Goonoo, Tamworth Australia.

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 Instagram Image by Sue Nixon (@s.u.e.n.i.x.o.n) with caption : "A few roses from the garden today. The roses are perfect at the moment. It was much too hot this summer for my roses and" at Goonoo Goonoo, New South Wales, Australia - 2047048258039281779

A few roses from the garden today. The roses are perfect at the moment. It was much too hot this summer for my roses and I can't believe I lost a couple. I have just planted about 20 more over the last couple of weeks plus about 600 bulbs. Hoping for a magnificent spring display in my new garden.

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A Sunday massage for Harriet. What beautiful autumn days we are enjoying. Great weather for gardening.....would like some more rain though. .

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 image by Sue Nixon (@s.u.e.n.i.x.o.n) with caption : "The little town of Currabubula near Tamworth lays claim to the best art show outside Sydney. Each year the historic Curr" - 2045758556761825302
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The little town of Currabubula near Tamworth lays claim to the best art show outside Sydney. Each year the historic Currabubula Hall is transformed into an art lovers paradise. The exhibition fills every available space with a wide variety of art works from across the country and internationally. Last night was opening night and saw James White's watercolour, Harvest, crowned Champion painting. My favourites were three small oil still life paintings by Ann Morton, Camelia, Pears Strawberries. You can visit the 56th Currabubula Red Cross Art Show this weekend. It is a great family outing. Delicious morning teas, lunches and afternoon tea are available every day with guest artists demonstrating oils and watercolour painting.

 Instagram Image by Sue Nixon (@s.u.e.n.i.x.o.n) with caption : "A ray of sunshine after a cool morning.....autumn has finally arrived.  It is wonderful to see a bit of green around the" at Goonoo Goonoo, New South Wales, Australia - 2042854433934798770

A ray of sunshine after a cool morning.....autumn has finally arrived. It is wonderful to see a bit of green around the farm. 💚 Last year we couldn't plant any crops as it was so dry; one of the worst winters we have encountered. Even though this year has been quite dry so far we took the punt and planted oats and winter wheat about a month ago. The 40 mm we had 10 days ago has been a godsend.

 Instagram Image by Sue Nixon (@s.u.e.n.i.x.o.n) with caption : "The 40 mm which we received 10 day ago has worked wonders on our oats and winter wheat crops. Hopefully we will have som" at Goonoo Goonoo, New South Wales, Australia - 2042850949927764291

The 40 mm which we received 10 day ago has worked wonders on our oats and winter wheat crops. Hopefully we will have some good cattle feed in a couple of months time if we can get a bit more rain.

Gostwyck and Deeargee....chapel and shed. Gostwych Station is so much more than just a beautiful Anglican Chapel covered in red-leafed Virginian Creeper in Autumn and surrounded by majestic English Elm trees. It is the story of one of the earliest pastoral properties of the New England. The Gostwyck Chapel and Deeargee Woolshed are situated in the countryside on the New England Tablelands near the town of Uralla. These two icons once belonged to Gostwyck Station which was one of the largest pastoral station in the area in the mid 1800s and owned by the Danger family. The magnificent Deeargee shearing shed with its three-tier roof was designed and built in 1851 by Henry Dengar and possessed a clerestory of glass ventilators which allowed 23 shearers to work in a well-lit and ventilated shearing shed. When one of the later generations to Henry Dangar was killed in WW1 his widow had the pretty Gostwyck erected as a memorial to her late husband. The 200 odd English Elms along the driveway were planted by an Englishman especially brought out from England to oversee the job. The Dangar family maintained control of Gostwyck Station until 1936. At the time it was a 30,000 acre freehold estate which today has been broken up into smaller holdings, hence the old shearing shed is on Deeargee Station.

 Instagram Image by Sue Nixon (@s.u.e.n.i.x.o.n) with caption : "Soft colours for tonight's sunset at the farm. Sometimes it is better to look the opposite way of the setting sun to exp" at Goonoo Goonoo, New South Wales, Australia - 2038423811589769830

Soft colours for tonight's sunset at the farm. Sometimes it is better to look the opposite way of the setting sun to experience these beautiful colours. sunset

Like old times. This ol'girl used to run about the paddocks on a farm in Gunnedah in the 1920s. It has taken 40 years to complete the restoration. 🤔😃

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Sunset this evening. All photos taken over five minutes on my Samsung as I forgot to take my camera up the paddock. How quickly a sunset changes. 🌅 Is rain coming?

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How to demolish the inside of an appartment in a weekend. We lived in this, the Granny Flat, as I call it while we built the new pod and renovated the original house at Amaroo. We pulled the kitchen and bathroom joinery out on Friday and placed it on ebay and it sold straight away, although they didn't want the stove. 😟 We are now doing a total renovation of the Granny Flat and then going to try a bit of Airbnb when it is not being used by the family.

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The Sweet Potato plant, one of our most nutritious vegetables was the vine like plant in the the photo I posted this morning. I think Rhyll @rhyllpearson, who knows her plants and has a wonderful garden in Brisbane was the only person to get it right. The Sweet Potato is part of the bindweed or morning glory group and is rich in vitamin A and vitamin C. It is wonderful both baked and mashed and the leaves of the plant can be eaten in salads and it is easy to grow. AND, thanks to Kate @studio_kate_ it looks brilliant as greenery in a vase.

 image by Sue Nixon (@s.u.e.n.i.x.o.n) with caption : "Form the kitchen this morning.  Can anyone guess what greenery is in the vase? On Paul's party weekend I asked Kate @stu" - 2030134522594718779
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Form the kitchen this morning. Can anyone guess what greenery is in the vase? On Paul's party weekend I asked Kate @studio_kate if she could flower/green up the vases. In she came with this greenery plus some roses and some cuttings from the Moptop tree. She put it in the powder room. I had never thought of using it, but I think it is quite effective.

Not your average mine. This is the Argyle Diamond Mine nestled in the remote corner of Western Australia, 3040 kilometres from Perth and in one of the world's last great wilderness regions. It is a land without comparison, with rocky landscapes, ancient gorges, expansive waterways and astonishing native flora and fauna. Covering over one million square kilometres, the rugged east Kimberley landscape allows visitors to connect with not only this amazing landscape but also indigenous rock paintings dating back some 60,000 years. The discovery of diamonds in the dry creek beds In this vastly remote part of Australia did not occur until the 1980s, and to this day remains one of the world's last important diamond discoveries in history. It would result in the establishment of The Argyle Diamond Mine and bring about the most coveted of all diamonds to the world......the rare Argyle pink diamond. 💗 We flew from Wyndham over this amazing landscape and you can visit the Argyle Diamond Mine....lots of security, but very interesting.

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It has been a busy Easter week....cattle work, picnic at Hanging Rock, Nundle, bonfire and afternoon drinks in the paddock and beautiful sunsets, no rain but perfect weather. So fabulous to hear that some of my Instagram friends have had rain. We desperately need it on our oats which we have just sowed ten days ago. The bonfire was in the middle of the oats paddock. Here's hoping and praying for rain in north west NSW. Harrison was doing a little rain dance at the bonfire evening.

 Instagram Image by Sue Nixon (@s.u.e.n.i.x.o.n) with caption : "Easter bonfire at the farm. A silhouette of Harrison with his marshmallow stick. #funfamilytime #drinksbythebonfire #mar" at Goonoo Goonoo, New South Wales, Australia - 2028020946648039993

Easter bonfire at the farm. A silhouette of Harrison with his marshmallow stick.

 image by Sue Nixon (@s.u.e.n.i.x.o.n) with caption : "Happy Easter to all. Looks like the NW Slopes and Plains are going to have beautiful weather, no rain and dusty conditio" - 2024639042859064951
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Happy Easter to all. Looks like the NW Slopes and Plains are going to have beautiful weather, no rain and dusty conditions over Easter. I took this picture late this afternoon looking into the sun. 🌞

 Instagram Image by Sue Nixon (@s.u.e.n.i.x.o.n) with caption : "Unbelievable!  I woke this morning to the devastating news of the fire in this iconic landmark of Paris. Coffee in hand " at Cathédrale Notre-Dame de Paris - 2022924431801852294

Unbelievable! I woke this morning to the devastating news of the fire in this iconic landmark of Paris. Coffee in hand I was doing a quick check on Instagram and the first post to pop up was from my dear Parisian friend @margherita.rapin and her beautiful post of this 850 year magnificent Cathedral. Not knowing quite what she meant in her post I said to Paul there has probably been another terrorist attack in Paris. So I turned the tv on which we hardly ever do in the morning to discover what Margerita meant in her post. Such a tragedy and so heartbreaking for not only France and Paris but for the world. Rebuild they will. Already 100 million Euro has been donated by one French person to rebuild this loved landmark of Paris, but will she ever look the same again!