And The Days Go By

Another week has gone and it looks like the rain may settle over the next day or so. It eased enough for me to mow the whole house paddock yesterday, which is good, because a messy paddock is like bad Feng Shui… I’ve got all the grass and weeds away from the side of the…

Native Mistletoe and Spring-like Autumn

I started this on Tuesday, but got side-tracked. Then m,y jkeyboard decided to chiucjk a hissy fiut again and the jkeys are going rogue. Bare with me… Remember, click on the image to get a full size view. Tuesday 19 May 2015: Autumn up here in Tropical North Queensland is stunning. Some might even say…

Inside My day – Or My Head

It’s after 10pm on Monday night. Nightlife with Tony Delroy is streaming over the Internet through the satellite¬†connection and I’m editing photos for this blog post. Nightlife is a radio show that I’ve been listening to on and off since the 90s. When I drove trucks and short notice courier runs down in Rockhampton, I’d…

See How My Garden Grows

Hey. Here are a few random images of the Sunbird nest, the vegetables and a few creatures. The Female Sunbird has just about finished the nest, It will get some more soft inner lining soon. However, now that the nest is finished, her and her mate will stay away for a week or so before…

Eden Seeds and Sunbird Nests

This post continues on from the one about the resurrected garden, but also has a bonus. A pair of Sunbirds are building another nest in the house. As I said, I buy from Eden Seeds and Select Organic online. They are based down towards the Gold Coast in South East Queensland and have been around…

A Garden Is Reborn

My NBN satellite bandwidth has once again been throttled because we used our 20 Gigabyte data allowance. So these images are quite lo-res. Back in the day on this block that we live on, the owners kept horses, grew Heliconias and had a few vegetable patches. There are three that I know of within 100…