Late last year (2014) we sold Linton and bought a boat shed on the foreshore at Rosebud on the Mornington Peninsula. It’s a great spot! Looking forward to many happy days by the sea.
Yesterday (Sunday the 3rd of May) I launched my handmade timber Canadian canoe (below). Capsized it only once!
The simple pleasure of barbecuing sausages on an open fire while watching kangaroos eat apples in the “backyard”. Not bad. An antidote to “seeing red”. Red shoes, red chair, red table, red ute.
Our little mud hut, which we’ve owned since 2007.
My trusty 1987 Subaru “Brumby,” the second one I’ve driven.
Barbequed sausages for dinner.
The bush next to our mud hut
Our little mud hut at Linton has lots of gaps. Once we arrived to find a possum fast asleep in the loft. And on the last two visits a tiny bat had taken up residence beneath my old overcoat hanging behind the door (photo, bottom right). It’s warm and dark under there. Thankfully the kangaroos have stayed outside…so far.