Weekend walking and stuff

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Fairly quiet weekend.

Spent a lot of it doing the jigsaw.  The stuff that's left (maybe 700 pieces) is just dark leaves and blotchy sky.  Really irritating to do.  Just want to get the thing finished so I can put it away and get the table back.

Today we went out for breakfast and did some food shopping.  

These boats were down at Lake Ginninderra
Belconnen Boats

The spider is still there near Black Pepper

The sweetie was feeling very tired mid afternoon, but instead of succumbing to sleep we decided to go for a drive and a walk.  Went down to Government House and walked around Weston Park.

Lake Burley Griffin
Weston Park walk
Weston Park walk
Weston Park walk
Weston Park walk
Weston Park walk
Weston Park walk
Weston Park walk
Weston Park walk

Tonight the sweetie cooked a spicy tomato and lentil soup, and I did scones.  My scones were a bit fail, but still edible.  I made up for it with a coconut cake which turned out perfectly.

I'm one step closer to getting Yarrangobilly pics online - they're geotagged at least now :)


Aquila said:

Lovely photo of a red-browed finch ... was only lamenting today to Glenda that we haven't seen any at our place for a couple of years. Nice to see they are still around.

March 27, 2011 10:52 PM


Kazza the Blank One said:

There was a little flock of them next to the nursery down there.

March 29, 2011 10:53 PM


Andrew Hunt said:

Dear Kazza

I have been employed to prepare text for signs that are going up around some of Canberra's lakes, including Lake Ginninderra. On one of the signs at Diddams Close Park my boss would like to include a photo of people enjoying water recreation on the lake.

Your photo "These boats were down at Lake Ginninderra" would fit the bill well.

I was wondering if you had a high res version of this photo (500 KB to, preferably, 1 MG) that you could supply and what terms and conditions you would impose on its use. We would of course attribute the photo to you.


Andrew Hunt

July 31, 2011 2:55 PM


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