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A TREE CHANGE WITH A GRUMPY GOAT

The year is 2002 and Carol Altman is living in safe, suburban Adelaide working as a journalist for a reputable Australian newspaper.

Then one day, instead of accepting a position in the Canberra press gallery, she chooses to abandon the rat race for five acres on the shady side of Tasmania’s Mount Wellington.

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Little did she realise she was about to embark on a crazy adventure where her naivete was no match for the ingenuity and willpower of Gretal the Goat, let alone five recalcitrant ducks.

Hopelessly ill-equipped to tackle infestations of blackberries, bush rats and marauding crows, Carol shares ...

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1 Comment

  • Reply September 16, 2011

    bj

    after 9 years alone, I’m looking for a regular guy again and have decided not to buy a farm in Tassie. I think Queensland is looking undercrowded now with gorgeous weather, beaches and tanned strong men.

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