Just in case you think I spend all my time cooking, washing, ironing, mending and gardening this post is to tell you otherwise.
Yesterday we started the weekend much the same as most others – washing and kitchen chores for me and GMan mowing the front lawn. However, we had a grand plan.
We headed out after an early lunch so that we could go to the local hardware store before it closed at 1pm. They have an excellent nursery section and our plan was to buy some more blueberry bushes. We are now the proud owners of 6 new blueberries ready to plant. We continued further afield to Conondale where the council were holding a field day to showcase information about feral animals and weeds. We gleaned some useful information on weeds in our area as well as the prevalence of wild dogs. The best part was the 8 free trees we were given.
The trees were all in small tubes, however, GMan has repotted them into slightly larger pots in the hope of getting them more established before we plant them out. The area where we want to plant them is on the steep, fairly inaccessible escarpment at the back of our property where they will have to fend for themselves once they are planted. No mollycoddling around here.
A loop drive through Kenilworth and the Obi Obi road took us back home via Mapleton and Montville. We stopped at the cheese factory in Kenilworth where we bought a large (2.4kg) block of cheese and treated ourselves to an ice-cream.
Our final stop was at Montville Joinery to review the progress of the restoration of an old chest of drawers which Hans is working on for us. This is the ‘before’ shot.
Once it is finished I will do a blog post showing the end result.
Last night was film night at the Maleny Film Society, where we saw a contemporary Australian film, ‘Saving Grace’. While it is perhaps not the best film I have ever seen it was interesting with a couple of unexpected twists.