Day 1 of NZ COVID-19 lockdown

Day one of not going out to anywhere, not having contact with anybody outside the property in an attempt to flatten the infection curve. National state of emergency.

Since work eased down quite a bit and no guests coming for at least the next four weeks, there’s time to do some work outside.

So here are some pictures of today.

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Winding wooden stairs from a gravel patch up to a walkway

Day 4 of COVID-19 lockdown

We have been busy on various little projects to keep us busy. From cooking to exercising, watching some movies to projects outside.

Sunset

Lockdown is starting

A memorable sunset // NZ commences a few weeks of ‘lockdown’ in attempt to flatten the curve to fight Coronavirus.

Shorn alapacas looking like stick anaimals running through a gate back into a wide paddock

Hard work weekend

A weekend of alpaca shearing, vet attendance, fixing fences and water troughs.

Paddock with lawn tractor in background and little girl breaking branches in foreground

Tidy up time

Spring has just sprung and it’s getting time for tidy ups – spring time cleaning but outside.

Tatjana and Jolan busy moving branches

Maintenance day

We made use of the long weekend – yes, it’s Auckland Anniversary weekend – and did some farm maintenance.

Exploring our bush

We had a few hours of exploring our little bush strip in the gully.

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