How we love the view over the dam...
Many times we had talked about
needing liking permanent seating here,
especially with the orchard coming along right next to it.
A bit run down, but easily weighing 400 kilograms!
Tim and Sander took it apart, in order to transport it home.
left Sander with a crash course tiling.
We were in doubt if we would sand it all down, until Sander tried a little bit.
This beautiful blood wood underneath was all the encouragement needed!
A couple more weeks of sanding and varnishing and it should be ready for many more years of love.
Adventure School Camp for Tim.
David is very proud he can now not only dive up things from the bottom, but also do front flips in the water.
So dense and green!
Although disappointed, he was pretty happy to see that his two best mates did get the job.
Not to simmer in his disappointment, he has already taking up with the school principal about all the improvements he would still like to come to fruition at school.
With Tim and Alex both doing athletics this Summer, I’ve already let myself being roped in to coaching the U6 & U7’s. A great way to finish the week.
We’re back to lots of baking and making.
lesson 1: crocodile tacos.
Lesson 2: Native herb infused pizza bases topped with warrigal greens and more freshly picked herbs. David is very much enjoying our Monday lunches...
And a new point of sales: Farmer Lous, the local green grocer. The got me a whole shelf!
I’m pretty chuffed to be right next to the Vegemite...
Waiting for the guests to arrive, while the pizza dough rises.
The pancake after party!
I think a long bench would be perfect here (for sewing!)
Or “bully ants” as David call them, because they slow you down...
He needed to be carried, or go back to crawling because with his foot so swollen it was too painful to walk on it.
Very happy with her dress, books, fairy wings and painting set.
For Sophie, everything is still fairies, rainbows, unicorns and everything else happy, beautiful and sparkling.