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LARK & DOWN TO THE WOODS
Saturday 17th November 2012
9am - 4pm
109/91 Murphy Street
Maribyrnong Markers Market
Saturday 24th November
9:30am til 3:30pm
Gamon Street Seddon VIC
Plenty of free parking
Mobile. +61 (0) 425 783 890.
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The herd of goats around here a little bit excited to be doing a warehouse sale with Lark and Down to the Wood!
Who wouldn’t be really… Have you seen the gorgeous things that these guys sell?
If not head over to their web sites and get excited.
Down to the Woods
Or just play a few cardboard arcade games.
Job done in about 5 minutes. Then the kids looked back at me. What I didn’t factor in is that kids have a different satisfaction barometer. Theirs is in the mess, digging and doing – not the waiting and watching. So it was no surprise when, about an hour afterwards, I was offered a banana, pear & grass-clipping ‘lamington’.
Hopefully I can think up a dish as creative as that when we eventually cook the veggies!
XX Nanny Goat
It didn’t take long to choose from the four that were available – one was white with red eyes, a temper, and totally freaked out the youngest knuffle kid. Peter Rabbit, however, was a chilled out creature that had been found in a park in the middle of the CBD. He happily hopped about while the paperwork was completed, and as a new name was negotiated and agreed. Tommy.
Tommy likes beetroot leaves, mint, and running under the house and into the front yard. There may not be any eggs, but there is plenty of fertilizer. And as for the chickens – well they’re compatible with rabbits – aren’t they?
xx Nanny Goat
xx Nanny Goat
Knuffle Kid Pop-Up Shop
Post Industrial Design
638 Barkly Street,
West Footscray, VIC
Friday 10th Feb, 10:00 until 6:00
Saturday 11th February, 10:00 until 4:00
Cash and card accepted.
So pop over to the facebook event page and let us know that your coming.
Sorry it’s been so long. When was the last time? By the river at Easter many moons ago – a chestnut festival in a nearby country town. I even won the hay-bail stacking competition! You were good for me, and so were the summers building board-walks in the National Forests, getting to know the local Trackies and Rangers and their families. I moved cities, and there were so many other things to do. Then I craved a more stable environment for a while – the kids you see. They’re older now, not much, but enough that got me thinking about you again. I’ve been looking at tent catalogues, eyeing-off inflatible mattresses, even slipping into my sleeping bag on the odd occassion. I’m coming back, and this time I won’t leave it so long.
XX Nanny Goat