Hello all again. As you have probably heard, we are holding a Mini fields of women event. But what has been taking more of my time is the farm. The menagerie is getting bigger. We are now bottle feeding a lamb (oh boy has this taken me back to when my kids were tiny!!!) and keeping an eye on all the animals as everything is just so greeeeeeen. Amongst all of this I have to keep taking a breath as I know how easy it can be to fall back into the exhausted stage. So for anyone wanting to know what our farm looks like and the animals we have, take a look at our blog on our website www.annies-cedar-farm-cottages.com.au. If in the area, ring me and pop in. Would love to have a chat! :) Annie x
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Annie, I just had a look on your gorgeous cedar farm cottages. Maybe next time i am down in Melbourne with my sister we might take a drive up there and stay a night or two...we are both country girls and were raise up on many properties that our father manage over our growing up years. Great job you are doing there and just love the animals too :D Lisa
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Thank you so much Lisa. Would love to have you and your sister stay. That would be great! I love being in the country and seriously doubt will ever move to the big smoke again. Or I hope to never to :) I looked at our friendship and we didn't connect 😞 Cyber prob maybe? We did do the cabins up in the hopes to get more cancer patients out here and enjoy for an affordable price. But so far, I haven't heard back from the hospitals. I have had one phone call but she received some pretty bad news and had to cancel unfortunately. As a cancer patient myself, we couldn't find any accommodation for less than $145.00 to just take the kids with us and chill. Hence the affordable prices. Everyone needs a break and this is one way to begin without breaking the bank. Hopefully with the weather looking up so will the cottages :) I do wish for you the best Lisa and things will go smoothly too. Take care Annie
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Hi Annie, Love the website. We live in QLD, Brisbane. However I left my heart in Vic many years ago. How far is the farm from Melbourne? Jules
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Hello Jules. Thank you. I will let the creator know you love her website. We took the pictures and she waved her wand and came up with a website even I can play with. Although between you and me, I actually deleted the bookings page and she had to help me build it again lols. The farm is only 41kms North of the Melbourne CBD. If you know the outer suburbs, 15 minutes north of Epping and Craigieburn, 8 minutes from Wallan, 12 minutes from Kilmore and 15 minutes from Whittlesea. Eden Park is on our border for where Hadfield Road is it is the divider of Whittlesea and Mitchell Shires (much conflict, no not at all 🙂 If ever in Victoria, you must come up. It is where heaven meets Earth I am certain of this. Peaceful, tranquil and you wake up to birds, kangaroos and if you spend time at the bushland, you will see wombats, echidnas and more. We love it. And so have our visitors :) Hope you are doing as best as can be Annie x
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Well the day is drawing near. October 16th Mini Fields of Women Event. Live Band, raffles, plant a pink silhouette in honour of those who have fought, are fighting and have lost their battle with cancer. A BBQ, coffee available and all proceeds go towards research and cancer charities. An open event beginning at 12pm and ending at 2pm. Meet the locals whilst raising monies for a great cause! Annie's Cedar Farm Cottages :D
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