I'm behind on everything due to an unbelievably busy few months, with more to come until the New Year. It's just been silly sort of stuff......car club bits (outings, a meal, tidy clubrooms ready for Xmas), gardening (weeding, watering due to severe heat, building structures, pruning, hedge cutting), mending cars (both), medical (due to ageing😖), but we are both OK & reasonably fit for our age.
Over the next few weeks we have child minding to do, carpet to be laid in lounge room..ugh, along with more car club things, Xmas card writing, and making ready the house for visitors from the UK.
Think I'll need a holiday come New Year.
Just a few odd photos from the last month, though I'll not say too much. Extremely warm today & just at the moment it is 36.8° & the study hasn't an outlet from the cooler, so I'm quite hot & sticky.
The veg garden looking a bit droopy at about 2pm this afternoon and we had 3mm of rain last night.
Top pic has 3 tomatoes, a zucchini and 2 rows of bush beans. The lower pic has a self-seeded wayward pumpkin, a row of carrots sown from seed and some silver beet, which we've already started harvesting.
I've done very little sewing recently, but have tried to grab a half hour now & then to work on a mystery quilt I decided to do. I've caught up to the last installment & played with the 32 blocks on my design wall. Poor Bubs hasn't been started since before we went to Canberra. Oh dear!
One day whilst out, we noticed the sign to Narracan Falls & decided to "finally" take a look. We found these beautiful falls, that then went into another smaller lot. We intend going again with a picnic, as it was lovely.
A little walk the other side of the road, led to this, which we are sure was an old railway line, with the remains of a bridge in the foreground & a cutting in the distance. It is on private property, so couldn't explore.
A lovely colourful sight on our travels one day, were these stacked silage bales. Pretty!
A couple of odd photos to follow.
Hawthorn blossom during Spring.
A cloud formation I just had to capture, so poor hubby pulled over when he could, and I snapped away. It sort of reminded me of one those soft serve ice creams.
I'm not going to bore you much more, but we did go to 2 Motor Vehicle Shows over the last couple of weekends. A quick peek at some of the Moggies on display at the Morris Minor Nationals held here in Melbourne, though I didn't get ours into any of my photos. Silly me!!
This one is amazing and has featured in several magazines over the years.
Some of the sedans on display. I found it very hard to take photos because of the positioning of the parking. Ours was in the commercial section. Anyway, it was a good day & being able to catch up with people from our past, especially friends we knew from our very first Morris Minor Club in Tasmania, which we joined in 1987. Yes, we realised we've known them for 30 years. Wow!
That's about all folks and I'll join in the Photo Scavenger Hunt next Friday after another hectic week.
Take care and hope everyone has a good weekend.