No Roos this week but there are plenty of other animals. I took this picture at a neighbour’s place, they’re down the road from us. It gives you a different look at Mt Beau Brummel.
Lorelle’s granddaughter is a born horseperson. She’s here on Rocy, the stallion, he’s part of Dave Manchon’s ‘Rooftop Express’ horse show. He’s well trained and in beautiful condition. (The horse that is.) This girl has no fear at all, she trotted him around the yard and turned him.
‘I’m sorry Dave, I didn’t mean to take a bath during working hours.’
A look at the kitchen and laundry at Wolston House as per last weeks view through the doorway.
They have some old machinery in the yard, I thought this tractor had definitely come to the end of it’s working life. A little touch of contrast brings out the rust.
This is Lorelle. I had to use flash inside the house as it was quiet dark. I call it, ‘Reflections of my Wife.’ 🙂
This Butcher Bird came visiting while we had scones and tea, after I finished my scone and lemon curd he was lucky to get a few crumbs.
Warning, the use of these tools cause blisters. I’ve never seen so many axe heads. Taken at Highfield Pioneer Village.
Still at Highfields, I do love the blue car, it’s a Willy’s. I could see myself driving that.
I erected a DIY garden arch made out of reinforcing rods. Hopefully by the end of summer the vines I’ve planted will cover it. The Miner birds found the bath I’d put there and I believe the one on the left is saying, ‘Yes, it’s better than a dust bath, yes the water looks nice but you didn’t tell me it was bloody cold.!’
Well, that’s your bloomin’ lot for another week. I do hope you’ve enjoyed my offerings, so until next time take care.