Today I did some planting in the garden. I couldn’t help but notice some the plants the were planted by my sister, Francesca and her family, last year, were flowering beautifully. So refreshing after that horrible fire.
Jo and I were invited to a 60th birthday party in Foster, about 180 km SE of Melbourne. Initially the party was supposed to be on Saturday at 1 PM but due to a death in the family, it was postponed to Sunday. We had booked our accommodation, so we stayed with the plan and did things in reverse. We travelled via the Latrobe Valley, through the Strezlecki Ranges to Thorpdale and Boolarra, dropping in on a teardrop caravan manufacturer on the way.
We then settled in our motel, caught up with some friends for dinner at the local pub. After breakfast we had some time to kill so we decided to head over to Walkerville and Fish Creek. On the way we spotted Foster’s beautiful gardens. This garden displayed your usual suspects like rhododendrons and northern hemisphere exotics.
To be continued.
Added for Sunday stills: the letter T. See others here
These photographs have been added for Ed’s challenge: White
Added for Ed’s multiple flowers
For Cee’s fun foto challenge – close ups. See more here
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