I'm new too!

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  1. outtherebear

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    G'day, I'm new to this site and hope to be able to jump on from time to time to be inspired by your valuable stories and tips. I live in Hobart on a few acres with a garden I have created with my husband - but there is loads to improve! I've registered on a Permaculture design course in January and can't wait! Thoughts of the knowledge I will gain and friends I will make is keeping me going through the tough times at work and feels wonderful.

    Will keep in touch, but more likely will read more than write here...but a big HELLO to all you fantastic green thumbs!
     
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    milifestyle New Member

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    Hi, Hello, G'Day & Greetings (i think i covered all the bases)

    Welcome to the forum.
     
  3. gemjill

    gemjill Junior Member

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    G'day
    welcome to the forum, great that you are doing a PDC, good on you, keep us posted how you go
    cheers
     
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    MMmmm Hobart - Paradise. . . no traffic, no foxes, no Fruit Fly and a Mediterranean Climate
    Welcome to PDF, lots of people here happy to help you get started
    How did you find us?
     
  5. outtherebear

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    Thanks for the warm welcome!

    How did I find you? Google of course! have been popping in for a look here and there and thought I should get amongst it.

    Not quite sure about the no foxes....we live in hope but I'm sad to say there are many indications they are lurking and multiplying. I expect I will need to better secure my chickens in the not too distant future...

    Cheers, OTB
     

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