Sharing Craft & Art,Tutorials and Interviews by Trish Goodfield, Author of "How to Teach Art & Craft", & "Beaut Braids".
Every year a couple of snakes hibernate in Alan’s shed. This year they have been missing. We wondered if they had been swept away in the floods. This week Alan was happy to see ‘Monty’ had returned.
And with a twinkle in his eye.
You rarely see the feral cats out and about during daylight hours.
Alan said it wasn’t too happy about being disturbed. He was more worried about the cat than the snake.
We know why the turkey crossed the road.
What you looking at?
A Rainbow Lorikeet high in the trees, probably hiding from the cat.
Hey Trish where was the photo of the feral cat taken? It looks like my lost cat from 3 years ago.Sue
Eeeeek!!! Snake!!!! Mind you, I agree with Alan - I'd be more concerned about the feral cat. We had a turkey cross the road in front of us yesterday - we had never seen one before in Sydney. Let's hope the toads don't hear about it!
Sue, Alan took that photo at Old Petrie Town down near his workshop.
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