This morning, a beautiful clear spring morning, Rob walked and I gofered over to Zamia Cafe for breakfast. On the way Rob had to stop and take photos, and while I waited these scenes appeared before me – Thunderbird dinosaur statues and a magpie lark which was inspecting the grass around my gofer.
Tonight Rob and I sat at the top of the cliff at Mosman Park at sunset, Rob of course behind his camera, and drank in the beauty of this gift – a full moon rise over the river.
On the way to the rehab clinic today, the bright spring sunshine picked out the brilliant red in this magnificent Captain Cook bottle brush.
This morning Rob and I took a long (2 hours) walk/gofer outing from home right round to the front of Kings Park. The wildflowers are all out now, as is the photo display of significant trees round Kings Park. So we went slowly to enjoy it and Rob of course had his trusty camera which kept him busy.
And there was one osprey on the nest. It’s mate must have gone AWOL or died, which is very sad. They did good work for quite a lot of years, making and bringing up babies in this nest.
We finished off with breakfast at Zamia, and of course Rob had to photograph the baby duckerlings in the lake – see pic.
It was a land-mark day for me because I walked in short spells (while Rob rested in the gofer) for a total of about 0.5 kilometre on my crutches, although I don’t lean on them heavily any more.
It was a lovely morning:-)