As part of the Carnival of Flowers, these monsters of the insect and spider world appeared in our local mall. They are quite cute. BTW: The night shots do not do the colours justice.
It is that time of year again and the flowers are inspiring.
Some of the wildlife from our recent trip to Woodgate.
S and I visited Childers. This is a town of memories for S, some good and some not so. The town itself has been a cane growing town for many decades and goes all the way back to the beginning of cane farming. These days it still supports the cane industry as well as the … Continue reading Childers’ Charm
Ada loves the beach. Hates swimming or at least any time her paws leave solid ground. Loves paddling and trying to chase those pesky fish. Chasing a ball on the beach and burying it are also fun things to do. Here is a few photos from locations around Woodgate Beach including some where we tried … Continue reading Simply K9 Joy
Caught the sunrise and shared it with about a dozen people and dogs this morning. S and Ada decided to stay in bed. It really was not that cold.
This week is a little sad as my daily dose of a favourite web comic has come to an end. The author, Howard Taylor, has been providing a three panel humourous scifi comic each day for a little over twenty years and last week was the last post for these characters. Although he does say … Continue reading My daily dose of humour and accidental wisdom
This looks like one of those pictures that deserve a caption. Any suggestions?
S and I go for walks regularly and on occasion go to places that are not well known. There are lots of historical sites locally and most of them are maintained by the local civic authority. We are lucky as it provides a chance to apply "social distancing" in the outdoors and get some fresh … Continue reading Munro Tramway – History Walk
Travelling in Australia gives us many opportunities to see interesting things and places. Fingal Head Causeway is one such place and somewhere that S wanted to visit through her compulsive researching. The causeway is an unusual geologic formation that deserves a personal visit, pictures while nice, do not do it justice. The headland itself is … Continue reading Fingal Head