We stopped off in Beechworth on our way to Canberra, neither of us has been there in years; what a wonderful place to visit for a weekend. We enjoyed it so much we stayed on the way home from Canberra too!
- Beechworth Bakery (we were a little disappointed, we have had better on previous trips
- Beechworth Old Gaol – don’t forget the Courthouse and lovely gardens nearby
- Beechworth Ghost Tours (we did night tour at the Asylum)
- Gorgeous scenery out and about, especially the drive around the bridge; Woolshed Waterfalls is a must
- There is a fabulous pizzeria and local beer place, Bridge Road Brewers……………..amazing pizza and great local ciders and soft drinks
- We stayed at Beechworth on Bridge…………….fantastic motel, comfy rooms, great service, great price
Zorro & Teddy Bear
Yes, my animals are my children….just ask them.
Sure I have my own human children, but they now grown up and doing their own thing. Who else is going to greet me at the door with that much enthusiasm? My kids haven’t for years.
My babies give me unconditional love….and just as much shit if their dinner is late…or they don’t like what I have fed them. They still need bathing when they get messy and dirty. I still have to brush tangles out of long hair; so not much different from human kids, right?
I don’t take them on holidays either…I leave them in the care of their human siblings. Unlike the kids, my babies actually miss me when I do go away. They don’t through parties, but they do make a mess! And they fight, just like all siblings………..sometimes it’s just play fighting.
They share my bed, get special treats, lots of cuddles, steal my dinner off my plate when I’m not looking and one particular orange cat has a fixation with my coffee.
So YES, my animals are my children……nothing wrong with that, just ask them.
Such a lovely evening I sat in the gardens before dinner and took some snaps
– enjoy, Julz
How can I forget Glumph?
Believe it or not i found this little guy at work! I brought him home an released in in the Purpose built Frog Pond 17th May 2013.
We didn’t really see him again after that……….we found a few more friends about the garden and put them in too!
Then a few weeks back we started hearing our Little Marsh Frog singing (mind you its sounds more like a chicken clucking……seriously) we now also have eggs! Hopefully Glumph and his or her spouse will give us lots of tadpoles!!
Then our Frog Pond will be complete