Migrating to Seeking Sanctuary
Well, we finally managed to nail down our lecturer to show us how to upload the new websites that we created to our new self-hosted site and The Road to Serendipities new sister blog is up and running. I just posted the very first post over at http://theroadtoserendipity.com/. Stevie-boy has a website of his own now and would love to see you if you would like to drop in and give it a bit of a look-see at http://focus.theroadtoserendipity.com/
I am going to leave The Road to Serendipity here and will not retire it. I spent the better part of 4 years here and a lot of water has gone under the bridge woven in between these pages. Life has been very different this year and Stevie-boy and I (and the dogs) have had to adapt to a different routine, a lot of questions about what direction we are heading in and just how we are going to get there but one thing remains steadfast, our love for Serendipity Farm and our desire to do everything that we can to create an edible food forest here and to live a simple and sustainable life following permaculture principles and ethics on our little patch of soil here in Tasmania.
I hope that you will head on over to continue on where we left off. I would love to see you there. I have a lot of empty pages that need filling, but I also know that I am going to have a lot of fun filling them. I won’t be posting here again so to my dear old faithful Road to Serendipity, “So long, and thank’s for all the fish” and to my dear constant readers, we have some awesome adventures to share, lets be off! 🙂