This bloody chicken keeps escaping... but she was up for a selfie so I forgive her.
This is one of our new girls - her name is Soy, she’s a hybrid Australorp which I am told are the better choice for our weather here in SE Queensland. She’s is teeny compared to the Wyandotte and Plymouth Rock (hence the escaping from the temporary run). We decided to add some hybrids to our flock for more consistent eggs. I’ve been surprised how well the old girls haven’t caused too many issues with the introduction of the new ones, yes they chase them and get grumpy but they haven’t hurt each other and we were able to merge them relatively quickly.
Happy #TillyTuesday featuring our rare and stunning Tillandsia Xerogeaphica 🍃
These air plants require bright light, as well as full sun ☀️ Ensure to give them a mist every few days or soak for a few minutes each week 💧 ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
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My dad (featured in this photo) and I couldn't wait any longer to tick this bucket list item off our lists - visiting River Cottage in England!!! Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall (and his entire river cottage team) has been a major positive influence in our life. His ability to draw attention to important issues while offering positive solutions with wit and enthusiasm, and celebrating his journey with so many people along the way has been incredibly inspiring. Personally, he gave me that last little nudge that I needed... The tipping point if you will, to start Embodied Life and celebrate the connection with our food and the environment with as many people as possible, making intentional incremental steps towards a regenerative future rather than a destructive one.
Follow our journey, as we transition from Sydney urban living to Noosa hinterland country living