Tuesday, 11 June 2019

What a lovely weekend!

Sunday was a day to garden, and catch up. Monday we had 20 mm rain, so it was a good thing.
I am nursing my bug bites. The blackflies and mosquitoes are horrid.

I'm glad I got the fountain going again. We had a sparrow and a robin bathing, while JB and I read on the back deck.

We had a turkey cleaning up the bugs for us. She had another dust bath in the back of the yard.
 Annabelle didn't even bother with her.



I need a new laundry tree. I had to duct tape it. The hummingbird was fine, though!


Hubby went for a walk in the morning, as he does most mornings. It's a pretty town. 
This is what he saw in Perth!

The courthouse.


Dinner was turkey skewers on the barbie, with salads!


11 comments:

eileeninmd said...

Hello, pretty tour of the town. I always enjoy the birds, cute captures!

Enjoy your day!

Anvilcloud said...

Yes, Perth is a very pretty town.

DUTA said...

Insect bites are indeed horrid; vinegar takes good care of that, both preventive and soothing.

George said...

It looks as if you had a beautiful day. I really like the photos from town.

Evi Erlinda said...

A beautiful turkey!

Christine said...

Perth is very pretty!

Hootin' Anni said...

Gorgeous city scenes. Wonderful walk. Wishing I had a fountain in MY yard. That turkey eating the bugs didn't make it to the BBQ, did it?

William Kendall said...

Annabelle is wise enough to know that is too big a bird to go after.

Red said...

Perth is a very pretty little town.

Angie said...

Jenn - any day that involves work in the garden makes for a lovely day. Sorry to hear about the mosquitoes and black flies. Here they can be bad in the woods, but they generally do not come into open areas. We have also noticed that they don't welt up and itch like the bites back East. Is Perth always that quiet, or does your Hubby have a talent for taking pix without people in them? Looks like a lovely town.

Nancy J said...

Wooden clothes pegs? I thought they were all finished. Lovely stroll along the streets and through your lawns.