After leaving Busselton, we spied this magnificent Nyutsia by the road:-) Summer and Christmas are coming, and these brilliant trees always bring joy to my heart with what they herald – family times:-)
On the way home from the south west, Rob and I stopped into “The Goose” for morning tea. And saw this Grandpa taking his grandson for a ride in his gofer along by Busselton Jetty:-)
Today, for the first time for 3 months, that’s 94 long, long days, I walked without any aides. Along the cliff tops at Kalbarri on a bright, warm, spring day.
It was really, really good:-)
I hope my next knee surgery takes less time to heal to this stage!
I can’t walk much, but I can drive the air compressor so that Rob can inflate our car tyres after our off-roading in sand at Murchison Station, then getting our punctured tyre repaired:-)
Today we did some serious off-roading in Rob’s X-man and discovered it’s limit. However we managed to get out OK with only a punctured tyre!
Early this morning, before Sam the builder arrived to demolish the old pergola, I took some photos. You can see how the frame is pulling apart now that the creeper is dead and no longer holding it together!
This pergola was built about 1975. It’s done well.