Monthly Archives: September 2007

on lantana’s new nature

The book by Tim Low, New Nature, is like a block of chocolate, you could eat it in one mouthful, but it taste better if you savour it. You found this couple of pages which are so pertinent to your … Continue reading

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on eating local food and reading far away blogs

You noticed an article on the Sydney Morning Herald inlet, Good Living, and found it quite amusing that you were just this week reading online about the same subject, the 100 Miles Diet. Pic by destabee You came across it … Continue reading

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You tube, like everybody else, and made a list of “weedyconnection-related” shorts..

This is the list. A bunch of shorts from anywhere plus a couple of yours. Subjects vary from self-help to self-health, from how to make a ground oven to how to make a soup with nettle. Some of them are … Continue reading

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on Wild radish and the resilience of some plants

You went for a walk by the Nepean River on the weekend and found a beautiful patch of Wild Radish, Raphanus raphanistrum. The plants is the subject of several international researches at the moment as is showing an incredible resilience … Continue reading

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on September weather, cold and windy

September’s here, according to Australian calendars spring starts on the first of the month, for some reason unknown to you. As far as you know the start of spring is the spring equinox, on the 21st. That was true for … Continue reading

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