At this stage there’s very little writing done here, although I do hope to remedy the situation shortly. A quick snap out the front door showing some of the regulars on the lawn.
The background is a little blown out but it highlights how nice it was under the palm trees, at Port Douglas.
The Galahs weren’t overly impressed when a flock of Long-Billed Corellas turned up on Wednesday. To be honest neither was I. They’re a raucous mob who tend to settle in and chew on everything they can. So out with a steel pan and spoon, a few clangs and they took off.
Take a few steps across the lawn and one gets a different perspective of the range.
I love taking pics of the Roos in the early morning. Now take a look at the size of his claw.
A view from the ship over to Port Douglas. I took the pic of the ship from the little point of land to the right.
The main hallway at Harrow House, absolutely beautiful.
Another early morning shot.
Something not seen before, a different view of our place.
I couldn’t resist this one. A huge flock of Rainbow Lorikeets flew in the other morning and took over the feeders. Much to the displeasure of the Galahs.
I hope it’s an interesting book, that Gnome is going to be there for a while.
A blast from the past today, I took this in Vietnam. These villagers were turning over dried fish which would end up as fish sauce. One could smell the village from about a kilometre away.
Well, that’s your lot for another week, nothing outstanding this time. I’ve been busy creating in the garden again and too bloody knackered to do much else. So until next week.