Greetings from Griffith NSW

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  1. ave a go

    ave a go Junior Member

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    Hi All :hi:

    Well it has been a long time since I have been semi-active on these forums.

    Following a career change a little over 12 months ago I have been permanently posted to Griffith NSW (from Western Sydney) as a Paramedic.

    Just wondering if anyone is from or know any permie types close to Griffith at all?

    Anyways hope everyone has a safe new years :party:
     
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    Hi Matt! I thought I recognized your username!
    How's things? I hope your transfer to Griffith is something beneficial. Are you able to pursue your Permaculture activities in your new location?
    Good to see you back.
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    Hi,

    Things are great - can't complain that's for sure.

    Trust you are well also!

    Yes, the move is a good thing - we were always looking to get out of Sydney, just had a limited choice over where I was posted - go where your told.

    We are planning on sticking around for some time, have purchased a suburban block of land in town which is a little over 1070sqm (need to be close to the town for on-call requirements). Currently in the process of getting house plans drawn up and lots of design ideas flying around.

    We've put in a small vege patch at the rental and have a few fruit trees and other plants coming along in pots so that we can hit the ground running on the new block.

    Hoping to be able to to find some other permies around the traps, but I am thing they are going to be very scarce. Surrounded by mono-culture farms and irrigated lawns in every direction.... There's a 'organic' type cafe around town some that offers a slight glimmer of hope. Thinking that we may be the ones that need to get a group started.
     

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