Dolly’s many fans have been beside themselves over recent days following her recent health scare.
Snowgums is pleased to confirm that Dolly is now back to about 90% health and warming Randy’s grass patch at nights as well as being at or near the front of the bread and salad and food waste queue when goodies are being handed out (and fought over).
Dolly wishes to thank all those that expressed concern for her health in those scary moments. They know who they are.
Mark, a final year law student at the University of Sydney and resident of Beecroft, is hoping to more permanently be based at Snowgums from February 2019. This will assist Snowgums Events to better coordinate and host some of the events our guests are planning.
“It must be a New Year’s thing, our website has been hit hard by couples planning to wed this year and next for about a month straight. It’s been quite amazing,” Mark said.
Mark hopes spending more time at Nashdale will give him the chance to meet more surround local business owners. He’d like to supply ice to them for their events and private usages and look for ways to support each others businesses. These could be local wineries, Nashdale Hall, Nashdale School or private persons wanting spring ice available close at hand. Snowgums plans to buy plenty of local wines and are gearing up to obtain a liquor licence in order to meet event demand.
About Mt Canobolas
According to Wiradjuri legend, Mt. Canobolas is a place renowned for healing. It has many native plant species, including some species unique to the mountain.
Mark believes, as do the Wiradjuri people, that the soils of the mountain are blessed. This is evidenced from the fertile and productive agriculture grown nearby. Mark hopes Snowgums Ice, made from Canobolas underground spring waters, will also have similar rich, fertile and beneficial properties.