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Not really new news, but myself and the family have finally put down roots in Ballarat.. After a bit over 12 months of renting, we found a place to call our own and put our stamp on it..
Looking fantastic! You’re off to a flying start with things, you must have been feeling a bit cooped up with the rental 🙂
Very much so… It has been a long 6 years waiting to put down roots… so nice to plant something and know I’ll be there in a few years to see it grow 🙂
You have been busy Dan. That is a great deck and I love the boys play area in the shed.
Looks great, enjoy making it yours!
Lots of room for creative building of stuff by the looks of it. Fantastic deck for outdoor living.
I’m looking forward to watching your progress, should be fun.
Well I thought it was time for a little update.. A lot has been happening at Rhubarb Views.. In early September I was lucky enough to have a Permablitz at my place, http://www.ballaratpermacultureguild.org/blitzhistory1
Oh and the house has been painted.. 🙂 which is awesome..
You got permablitzed? Luuuucky! Everthing looks great!
can I get a quick diy lesson on how you made the bath gardens? I have been left a couple and really like how yours have the wood around them. is it just a basic rectangle frame and then put baths in?
Hey Dianne, yup pretty much.. Just used old fence pails. I have also drilled a few holes around the tubs so they don’t get too wet.. The 2 together are actually off the ground (tin) I also have a cast iron one which was to heavy for a wood frame(with the timber I had) so it is sitting in the ground.. I have them full of strawberries, blackberries, Loganberry and blueberries.. This way I can keep the blacks under control and also control the acidity and moisture.. Which needs to be different to the rest of my garden.. I call then berry baths 😉
Property looks brilliant! Do you have any more you tube links or updated walk throughs? 🙂
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