Over the past 2 weeks, I have been busy putting together my application for Agfest in the Clouds. This year due to the Coronavirus, Agfest with the support of State Government funding is supporting the regular Agfest Exhibitors by making this year’s event a virtual event or as Agfest say, taking it from the paddock to the clouds.
Jason and I took the slow down time to clean out the panning room and tape up and put two coats of semi-gloss paint on the walls and one coat on the ceiling. It has really spruced up the heartbeat of The Rhuby Centre.
Today (1 May) I left Latrobe heading over the Great Lake and down through Bothwell, Gretna, Bushy Park, Glenora to do a delivery to Westerway Raspberry Farm. I then ventured to Ashbolt Farm at Plenty to discuss some top-secret business, all will be revealed at a later date. Lol. I love my driving around Tasmania and always try to find a photo opportunity. See photo of rock covered in moss just off the road near Liffey.
I did have a little mishap on the way from Latrobe to Deloraine when I bit into an apple and realised I had dislodged my front tooth so had to call into Mitre 10 at Deloraine and get a tube of Supa glue and do some running repairs. All good now. Lol.
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