Just a few trivial items of interest.
AAArrrgh wild animals all over the Sir Walter.... and that's only HALF
of the collection!
I have had to rearrange this area soooo
many times now.I under estimated the far reaching rays of the Summer sun. It seems that this area is bathed in it in the morning and then it goes right around overhead and it cops it
again in the afternoon. Thus you can see that this Bromeliad is "blushing" from the sun.
It is actually now in flower. (See what happens wh
en you don't Slip Slop Slap?)
Flower? you say, what flower?
There they are, the little mauvey ones below.
So you try and do the right thing. Set a good example, take the kids fishing so that they may experience an activity that somewhat resembles an activity not based on some electronic gadget or computer and what does she have on her t shirt?....I'm Busy...check my FB (facebook) page *OMG rolling eyes here* Hang on a minute...What? What's that I see??? What a great example, dad on the phone....
Please be assured that this baby fish WAS returned to the ocean and it's mum as soon as the pic was snapped. Bet that little bugger won't go playing where his mum tells him not to again.
Child number 2 did feel it was a little chilly. She had to take up residence in a blanket to survive the afternoon.
This lovely old dog is obviously a local and manages to gobble up a few packed lunches and maybe even some fish. Looks like he has the
routine pretty well wired. There's a few to many generous visitors I think.