The drab, dry winter landscape has been transformed by splashes of pink peach blossoms all along our farm roads, a sure sign that spring is here. These are some snaps I took driving into town on spring day. After a very mild August, there has been a little nip in the air for the past few days and some threat of rain, but nothing has actually materialised. September is usually very windy and hopelessly dry on the farm with high risk of fire, but at least we can see an end in sight. In three week’s time we meet our little spring baby and then it’s downhill to summer! By February these trees will be laden with deliciously sweet wild cling peaches.