Thursday, 17 May 2012

cooking, shearing, autumn.........

Extra cooking this week for shearing...................scones
Choc Chip Biscuits........
also did Anzac Biscuits and a chocolate cake.........
Shearing.............
more autumn colour...........


a great succulent..........
clear sunny day.............chilly nights......
.....couple of light frosts this week......first for the season...
Really need some rain.........
Catch you later..............
Chookyblue

25 comments:

  1. great pics Chooky and i hope you get rain soon,we are so cold down our way.xx

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  2. Never a quiet moment in your life.... great photos once again...thanks for sharing

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  3. Lovely photos and yummy baking, doind a rain dance for you :)

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  4. How beautiful Chooky, to a city dweller, love the shearing, used to get a fleece occasionally to spin, want to go back to that again, need to do a refresher course ;) Have a great day, hope you get some rain

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  5. Oh that lovely wool, and the morning tea looks great as well! Wishing I was there.

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  6. Yum! Love all those old favorites. Can't beat a good scone (or 2.....or 3).

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  7. Beautiful pictures, thanks for sharing. Yum - scones!

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  8. Wonderful pictures...I love the yellow succulent and the cooking...sounds yummy! Hope you get some rain soon!

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  9. Lucky shearers, Chooky.
    I'll wash the car if it helps.

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  10. Yummy baking - i'm sure much appreciated. Always makes the house smell lovely! Great succulent too. I have only five in a pot, taking off now....after a hard beginning with the dog getting into the pot once or twice. And rain would be great!

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  11. Great photos!!! I love scones, but mine never work very well! :(

    No frosts here yet, but it is certainly cooler in the mornings.

    Hope you get some rain soon.

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  12. lovely pictures as always.... it is dry here too.... morning tea... baking for the shearers?
    Hugz

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  13. Beautiful photos!! Have you tried a rain dance?

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  14. J'aimerais que vous partagiez votre recette de scone, peut être différent des nôtres. Nous pourrons penser a vous en les dégustant et je les partagerai avec mon groupe , à la prochaine rencontre. Ici au Québec c'est la premièr journée de soleil après une semaine de pluie.
    Elle vais être bientôt chez vous.
    Merci de partager. Bonne Journée.

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  15. wow...you are a wonder woman!! And a very interesting life syle! I love reading about your farm life and you still have time to blog/stitch! Love the colors too.

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  16. Yummy - Scones are the best! Yours look delicious.

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  17. Scones Yummo - life never stops does it. xxx

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  18. Wish I was there having scones with you.

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  19. I Bet the Shearer's Appreciate All Your Baking..You Do Use a Scone Cutter though Right..
    cheers

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  20. It's cooling down here too....lit the fire this week......I love the scone cutter.....yummy baking, lucky shearers.....pretty autumn garden too.....

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  21. You got me singing Springtime it brings on the shearing , our girls loved that song and Brumby Jack

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  22. love the scone cutter Chooky. Looks really old ???
    Looks like your well practiced at baking,and very busy.

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  23. Beautiful, beautiful photos.

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  24. Love those succulents - we get them in SA! Mmm, Yum, did somebody say scones ;)

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