Wednesday, January 13, 2010

Coming for a Walk?


Put on your joggers and come with me for a walk. Up the big hill and across to the old dairy. Everything is so lush and green again since we have had rain. Don't you love the old cart? I think they have recycled an old iron bed to make this beauty.


Further over in the field, the farmer has recycled an old bath to use as a cow trough. A friend of mine retreived one from the father-in-law's farm, and had it restored. It looked fabulous in her bathroom!


Come on, Dash, we've got a way to go yet!  :)  (mostly downhill now).
See you next time!
Cheerio,
Sandi x
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11 comments:

Queen Of The Armchair aka Dzintra Stitcheries said...

Sandi...how beautiful and lush, just like you say!!!

Christy said...

wow, what a lush beautiful landscape!!

Janice said...

What a pretty walk. I can't believe how green it is. We NEVER have growth that lush.

mandapanda said...

It really is green isn't it? It's like that here in Rocky also, which is you know, a once in 2 years if you're lucky occurance. lol
I found your bowerbird embroidery in a magazine in an op shop today! I was just soooo excited!! So now I have my very own copy! Yay!
We also got our long haired border collie trimmed and clipped and washed at the doggy fashion place today. He came out looking like a different dog! Seriously! His hair is even shorter than Dash's now!

Lyn said...

Oh it's lovely to see green fields! thank you for inviting me!
love
Lyn
xxx

Jo in TAS said...

Green! My favourite colour, thanks for the walk
Hugs
Jo

Lynne said...

Hi Sandi,
How are you doing? It's nice to think of my card having travelled half way across the world to you and sitting in your workshop.
Your photos remind me of England! It looks very lush.

Missie Krissie said...

Wow, so jealous! We have dead yellow grass and not a patch of green to be seen anywhere!! I'm also disgustingly jealous of your studio!

Suzie said...

Thanks for taking us along! It is beautiful!!!!

Guðrún said...

Very green and beautiful.

A Spoonful Of Sugar said...

What a beautiful part of the country! Thanks for sharing your walk with us:) The grass here is certainly not as green as that.