A Sunday, day out.
Today Granny and I went for a lovely drive with our neighbor to the Adelaide hills, to a little German town called Hahndorf.
This is where Australia's greatest artist had his studio, and lived.
He was born in 1877 and died in 1968
This is a picture of his studio.
We were not allowed to take photos inside, but I wish I could show you.
It was just as Hans would have left it.
I would have loved to have a go at painting with his brushes.
We had a tour inside and saw lots of the original painting.
He was known world wide for his wonderful gum trees.
This is typical of the Australian landscape.
Ha ha!!! what do you think of his car and caravan, that he took when going to the Flinders Ranges to paint?
I loved this little caravan, I could use it as my house. it is just the right size.
We had a lovely lunch on the veranda of a Bistro, sitting in the sun.
We are very lucky to have a lovely neighbor, to enjoy a beautiful day with.
On the way home Granny saw this sign and yelled STOP,STOP.
What was there to see?????
A pile of chook manure.
Granny got so excited because she is renovating a bed in her garden and chook manure to her is gold.
We piled the back of the car with this smelly manure to take home.
Phewwwwww.... pewwww peg on the nose.... pong all the way home.
Granny said the chook manure just was the icing on the cake of a beautiful day.
Hmmmm...... ???? I don't get what she means do you?
Was I glad to have toast, with honey and peanut butter for supper.
Plus a lovely mug of warm chocolate milk.
See you all next week.
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Sometimes Granny says she feels like a kid again.
I hope you all do at times as well.
My thought for the day.
"The difference between a flower and a weed is judgement."