I was just going through some of the images from our trip last month (already reminiscing) and found a few we’d not yet shared. I’m in love with this landscape and believe I could have easily stayed there well into November even when the orchid season had passed.
A few of the critters I described in previous posts are now shown in all of their glory (or partially in the case of the snake).
If you ever come across a bob tail lizard – just be warned they can really injure you if you’re not careful. You can pick them up behind their head rather easily but beware of putting anything near their mouse trap like mouths.
– Unrelated to our trip –
It’s beginning to really heat up here in Perth as summer is just around the bend. We’ve been growing a number of herbs and veggies on our balcony along with some small seedlings – and I can say we have for the first time (in 5 years of living in Australia) managed to grow a rather bountiful roma tomato plant. It’s just starting to ripen and I cannot wait to eat them with some fresh basil and mozzarella with olive oil. That will be heaven on a plate.
I know some of you are now slowly morphing from the cozy comfort of the sun, indoors to artificial heating – and I truly hope that winter is not too long for you (though I do love the snow – so will admit my slight jealousy of missing out on snowboarding!).
I’ll post again soon.