Ripping yarns, beautiful lies and a few home truths.
I always wondered where the old wriggly-tin sheets of the world end up, now I know!I love that bed Sarah, looks really comfy. :-)
Oh, creaky, this is wilder than my nordic shack, lol! (And I do not need to wonder about beasties either...)
Those locks would be of no use here. It was written by James Bellich I think, in Making Peoples,"Maori were alright with the pakeha until they started putting up No Trespass signs on the land.
I love the resourcefulness. Never seen a corrugated iron bed before. Gorgeous.
Oh, it's a spring base pretending to be corrugated iron.
I fed a fox outside that shack one night. It came out of the forest and waited until I gave it a piece of chicken.Nice quote Merc. Thanks for your comments!
Ah, you're welcome. Things here are complicated, especially fisheries, seabed and foreshore.I got a winter surf in today, my 38th winter surfing, near Moon tides, clear blue sky. Every day in the water is a good day. A guy asked me how it was as he prepared to go out and i just in. I said I got one made it all fine, he said it just takes one.I noticed he had one arm.