It’s the middle of July, and the middle of winter in the southern hemisphere, and probably the nicest time in Brisbane. For a change it’s not too hot, and maybe even a bit cool. We’ve had some big changes, a call to the farm phone (206-202-GOAT) and some great new plans. So tune in, hear the sounds of Brisbane suburbia, and enjoy!

A look at our trip in Noumea and some of the fun we had there.’

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Wow, forgot to do the blog post before we left. Sitting in the hostel in Noumea doing it. How cool is that? Hope you enjoy this weeks show.

Hello? Anyone else out there? We’re getting back into the swing of things again, and this is a quick catch up show.

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Happy New Year everyone! We have a some big news this week, so make sure you tune in for some fun. We talk about Christmas in the land down under, and the heat of summer, and what to do when that summer time rain comes.

For the first time I’ve heard of Movember from the US, so it’s gone full circle. Do you know it started in Australia? Well that’s a good topic for this month, and we look back at the October and all the wonderful adventures we got up to down undah.

A look back at 2 years in Australia, and a look at October and Movember.

Fixed: Put up the wrong show mp3 file, pointed at show #265 in a new post (so readers will see a new one) :)

We have 3 great farm phones for this show, with status updates from Hay River, NT and the swamps of northern Illinois. We then talk about the surprise we got when we went to the Neurum Creek Folk Festival, and at the tomato plants growing in the fresh worm castings.

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Call the new farm phone at +1-484-462-GOAT!

Well this is a rather odd combination! Only in Queensland? We have a look at our new garden, and the ski trip to New Zealand.

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Two great calls to the farm phone at 206-202-GOAT from some long time listeners, with some great information and updates. So this weeks show spans all the way from Hay River, NWT to Australia. (about 22,000km )

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