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Shane Genziuk
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So this is what the end of a Winter looks like in my part of the world. Following a few weeks break during the shortest days of the year, the chickens start laying again. You see, they are solar powered. The globe artichoke is pushing up past the dogbane.…
So this is what the end of a Winter looks like in my part of the world. Following a few weeks break during the shortest days of the year, the chickens start laying again. You see, they are solar po...
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100 dollars apparently. More details to follow…   
100 dollars apparently. More details to follow...   
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How lucky is that chicken what are the odds that it firstly survived in that prison called a chicken farm and then end up in the hands of a loving human being like Shane it is truly a miracle or perhaps God being so kind through you Shane love you God bless.
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For most people, coffee grounds represent the “end” of the coffee process. Everything that has happened to those beans since they were picked from the tree has been done with the end goal of roasti...
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There is something of a tradition at my place now with freshly picked figs being scoffed in the backyard from the middle of summer. By mid January the fruit darkens a purple stain through the green skin. And there is the matter is getting to them before…
There is something of a tradition at my place now with freshly picked figs being scoffed in the backyard from the middle of summer. By mid January the fruit darkens a purple stain through the green...
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The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2014 annual report for this blog. Here’s an excerpt: The Louvre Museum has 8.5 million visitors per year. This blog was viewed about 150,000 times in 2014. If it were an exhibit at the Louvre Museum, it…
The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2014 annual report for this blog. Here's an excerpt: The Louvre Museum has 8.5 million visitors per year. This blog was viewed about 150,000 times ...
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Balm of Gilead - Herb of 2014

Was I running a competition to select the best herb of 2014? Obviously because here is the post with all these words about how Balm of Gilead (Cedronella canariensis) is an awesome herb that you should find a space for. Find a space about four feet across…
Was I running a competition to select the best herb of 2014? Obviously because here is the post with all these words about how Balm of Gilead (Cedronella canariensis) is an awesome herb that you sh...
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Ramblings from a Victorian smuggled into Tasmania on a Holiday

The Luxury of Sitting here writing Stuff Right this second I am sitting behind a double glassed window overlooking a river that runs through Tasmania’s Huon Valley. White smoke drifts skyward from a chimney, as small birds of all sorts hop from fence tops…
The Luxury of Sitting here writing Stuff Right this second I am sitting behind a double glassed window overlooking a river that runs through Tasmania’s Huon Valley. White smoke drifts skyward from ...
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Saw something interesting on a visit to the local pet supply store – a bag of dried mealworms for poultry. There were a few things that surprised me, the first that they were retailing $15 for a 100g bag (that’s $150 a kilo), and the second was that it…
Saw something interesting on a visit to the local pet supply store - a bag of dried mealworms for poultry. There were a few things that surprised me, the first that they were retailing $15 for a 10...
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What are the best kind of peaches? Imagine a tree full of them just outside your front door. They are nearly ripe, and when you finally get them off the tree to taste, they are best pieces of fruit you ever ate. Now lucky for me, the Anzac Peach tree was…
What are the best kind of peaches? Imagine a tree full of them just outside your front door. They are nearly ripe, and when you finally get them off the tree to taste, they are best pieces of fruit...
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How Hidden Chicken Eggs are Part of a Vast Hidden Food Network

On Monday there were four eggs in the chicken coop. That’s great, one each! On Tuesday there were three eggs in the coop. Yeah that happens with chickens over 18 months, three out of four is good. On Wednesday two. On Thursday one. On Friday – none :(…
On Monday there were four eggs in the chicken coop. That's great, one each! On Tuesday there were three eggs in the coop. Yeah that happens with chickens over 18 months, three out of four is good. ...
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Did I need another reason to get back into the office after a 3,000 km family road trip? Well a container full of used coffee grounds just sealed the deal 😄
Did I need another reason to get back into the office after a 3,000 km family road trip? Well a container full of used coffee grounds just sealed the deal 😄
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piles http://wp.me/sW4yC-piles

Originally posted on vegetablurb:60 pounds Of coffee grounds. Almost a good start for a Dr. Seuss book. I’m pretty sure that nobody cares about some yahoo in Michigan picking up free used coffee grounds for his compost pile. But the thing is, there’s a…
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