Terras Patch

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  1. Australian Beekeeper

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    Wow that is a serious amount of work. How far do you make sure to plant trees from the power feed line?

    Was that drip line connected to the main house water supply line? Very odd. Aqua phonics setup looks as though it will be great.
     
  2. Terra

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    Test Run hopefully im back in the game
     
  3. Terra

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    Ive been fighting with this cant sign in , reset your password circus for months now I had almost given up

    everytime I go to a PRI page doesn't matter if its the home page or forum it flashes at me so somethings broken
     
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    yay! welcome back! how's the new place working out?
     
  5. Terra

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    Ive been locked out since mid july , plenty happened since then
    A few pics of the place after a fair bit of cleanup
    Eastern side is Mrs Terras patch , Flowers , Bird attracting natives , and a bit of zone 1
    Lime , lemon , macadamias at the moment some melons and capsicums egg plants ect
    Georgia the sort of kangaroo dog keeps an eye on this area at night

    West side is the main food garden area , lots to do here
    Fully Kangaroo fenced circle big enough to run a chook dome mandala inside
    A few citrus and stone fruit trees
    15 x 6 metre hoop house for the Aquaponic system
    Full length pergola on west side of house
    Two partly buried 5000gallon water tanks to dig out and shift
    Clothes line
    And heaps of trench digging to complete the water pipes

    Nth side
    I am digging out the aleppo pines and palms
    Yes they shade the house in the pic but that's our cold time they do nothing when the suns higher and they lean scary angles towards the house
    Still planning this area

    South side will have to wait a bit
    mostly vehicle access and mallee scrub
     

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    A bit of Wildlife
    Lots of birds here
    The little wasp is interesting I spotted him and watches for ages they dig a hole kill insects (flys ect) stuff them down the hole lay eggs and cover over .
    Started a veg patch
    Also have a well built shadehouse
     

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    Glad you made it back Terra, looks like lots is getting done. Love that shade house, that is a project that is on my "To do" list.
     
  8. 9anda1f

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    Great work and pics Terra! Your shadehouse is especially nice and looks to be a welcoming haven.
     
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    Hmmm, I wonder if many others who haven't been seen lately are having the same issues? What did you finally have to do to log in??
     
  10. Terra

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    The log in thing was very frustrating I was on the verge of starting a new identity
    I was going to find another computer as my log in was saved on this one
    Thinking maybe part of the saved password maybe broken
    I deleted all the favorites shortcuts and reset the password again and it worked
    However something is not right every time EVERY time I change pages 5 seconds later the page Flashes (or jumps might be a better description)
    So short answer why it worked I don't know
     
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    Thanks Terra,
    Just yesterday saw your message on FB ... glad you got your login resolved.
    Which browser do you use? I'm wondering whether the large logo/photo slider at the top of the page isn't causing the jump due to the time it takes to load.
     
  12. Terra

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    I still have the dreadful "Reset your password" banner plastered across the page in RED is this normal can I get rid of it.???
     
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    it's still there for me too. i suspect it's just a general message for everyone...

    looks like massive amount of work has been accomplished already at the new place.

    and, yes, the shade house looks great!
     
  14. Terra

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    Hooray I can sign in again
    LOTS of sand been shovelled in the last 12mths
    About 800 projects on the go here
    Going for a fully fenced Mandala with a chook dome , as we have a semi wild dog pack , kangaroos , wabbits ect ect
    planted citrus and fruit trees .
    Built my Aquaponics again I now have 4 systems running
    I will find some more pics of before and after still lots happening here .
     

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    Scratched back through my thread quite a few photo links are broken might see if I can fix it or edit it , most photos broken are from my old place .
    Edit I can fix my photos will take awhile
     
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  16. Bryant RedHawk

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    Good to see you back Terra, looks like you have been the busy bee. We have had three weeks of rain straight, so much to do but no weather cooperation. We have had a donkey decide to adopt us so now one more animal to build a house for. Your place is looking great and I'm happy to see you back.
     

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