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So much string

Part of our holiday was spent staying with a long standing and treasured friend in a beachside suburb of Sydney.  It was a wonderful time but also an unseasonably cold, wet and windy one, so there was more walking than swimming and more knitting time than I anticipated.  250 more words


Clean up... Aisle 3!

So Bank holiday Monday saw me finally clearing out one of the corners of my garden. The corner mainly had Lupins in it but there was another plant in there that tends to get overwhelmed during the summer. 149 more words


More lessons from string

You don’t need as much as you think. A message that I can never hear too often as a first worlder.  Only a few leaves will make many metres of string if you twine it right! 549 more words

Neighbourhood Pleasures

Torquay Cordylines, First spotting on 14th April 2015.

Torquay is famous for its palm trees, most of which are Cordylines. Each day I check ours at the Torcroft Hotel to see if the flower spikes are showing. 74 more words

Torcroft Hotel

Cordyline Tree Planting

On 14th February 2015 morning, 42 volunteers participated in Cordyline tree planting which was organized by MPSJ at SS14/2 new parking lots. Most of the volunteers reached at the foyer between 6.45am and 7.00am, where 7.00am was the time we needed to depart. 117 more words

Sunway Student Volunteers

Cordyline couture

Cordyline couture.

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