(For those folk who follow this post via Facebook, click the WordPress link to come to the blog and see the rest of the pictures.) Another busy week almost brought about a missing post again. I’ve been doing some heavy duty gardening, overdoing it probably and getting sick. A Nephew came to visit and gave me a hand and ably assisted in the great rat extermination. Yes, we had a pair of rats in the ceiling. They made themselves known by chasing each other across the tin roof in the wee hours of the morning. I went outside and spotted the little…….. To cut a long story short and after drilling holes in the wall they have gone to that great rat paradise. Lorelle vetoed my idea of getting a Carpet Python to put in the ceiling, that’d fix the little blighters. Okay, here’s our first offering a climbing rose. We visited Harrow Homestead at Cambooya, west of Toowoomba. It’s an historical homestead and it’s absolutely gorgeous. There’ll be more pics next week.
When we moved onto our property I bought a hmm, few tons of sandstone rocks from the quarry at Helidon. While gardening a few weeks ago, I took a closer look at this rock and realised that I had a section of fossilised sea bed. I do believe they are sea worm tubes.
I guess that’s it for another week, I’m trying to keep it diverse. So until next week, take care.