Life has been a bit off-kilter here because my dear hubby was away for a month....yes, a month!....including the two weeks of school holidays. Ai yi yi!
We survived, obviously.
The school hols we spent at The Farm which was just fabulous, joined at different times by one of my sisters and one of my brothers. The boys were in heaven, and so was I most of the time.
Photographing a squashed-on-the-road snake.
No photos of the live brown snakes we saw though.
Feeding the farm dogs.
The helmets were so cool, they wore them everywhere the first few days.
About to go on a platypus hunt.
Unsuccessful as it turns out, two loud little boys don't help, I'm sure.
Glorious view in the morning as the fog lifts.
The stillness and blissful quiet was broken from time to time, by some very, uh, tuneful singing. And loud keyboard. Turn up the echo on the karaoke machine and I'm sure every sheep and every cow in every bl**dy paddock could hear us.
Er, I mean them. Well, mostly them.
More morning views.
Loads of mud around after the storm that apparently just about drowned Melbourne.
Ah, the bliss of living on a great big hill.
Here is the aforementioned rain.
These were inspired by Mr 6 seeing three baby rabbits out the bathroom windows one morning.
And this set Mr 6 into "Can I have a pet, pleeeeeease?' mode.
(There may some bantams coming for Christmas if I can find some young ones, shhh.)
The view again. Yawning yet?
Lots of art happened.
A true picasso, that green smear is the dead snake from the first photo.
'The bog' as the boys called it. An overfull stream in reality.
Hanging out in the Goulburn River.
Yep, a great time was had by all.
Mr 6 is now back at school, hubby is home and life has regained some semblance of normality.