Saturday, 10 July 2010

Many Hands

What a great day!

Thank you to everybody who came along to take part in the Food Forest Plant-In.

For those of you who couldn't make it, here's a snapshot of what went on.

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10 comments:

  1. hey patrick and family. i saw you on the news, and recognised the patch of ground from your blog which i had read. i noticed that they had your name on the screen as patrick white? i thought it was patrick jones...
    anyway, what a rad thing to do, cheers.
    will

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  2. brilliant work guys! looks amazing! wish i could have made it there today.. was busy workin' for the man.
    can't wait to wander by soon (and later on when it gets all bushy and wild)!
    belinda.

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  3. gorgeous & inspiring x

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  4. Peter O'Mara11 July 2010 at 18:16

    Holy Costas!

    AAF goes absolutely viral.

    As I type Lily walks past & turns my mouth into a smile. She is back in her paddle-pop pyjamas & Mindy sniffs her twinkled nose at our feet.

    I smile now 1,2,3.

    Patrick.Meg.Zephyr.

    Remarkable!

    xPete

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  5. Well earned congratulations are due to AAF.
    Wish I could have been there to get my hands dirty with you in honour of this wonderful project.
    I wish her bountiful success! xx

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  6. what a fun day that was! my favourite part was meeting francis, the church pastor. what a guy.

    (it was a bit of a gamble, but in hte end, it certainly paid off, didn't it zephyr? he he.)

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  7. Really great to meet you guys and thanks again for bringing beauty to our favourite neighbourhood.
    Libby, Gabe and baby Jem xxx

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  8. For me the most interesting bit was watching the people. Kept me hanging around like a bad smell for ages. We did a small blog on it with a couple of piccies.

    http://abundense.blogspot.com/2010/07/will-real-joneses-please-stand-up.html

    Wonderful stuff and great inspiration for our project down south.

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  9. We loved popping by and planting! great work, we'll be back to see how it all goes. Thanks
    Louise and Tilda

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