It could be fair to say that walking was a significant occupation during May
A few people have mentioned that April was a sort of strange month. I would have to agree. Especially regarding the weather.
“How beautifully leaves grow old!” wrote John Burroughs, the American naturalist and essayist. “How full of light and colour are their last days.” Burrough’s himself could have been shuffling through the colourful leafy carpet around McLaren Falls Park when he made his equally vivid autumnal observations more than 100 years ago. A few weeks ago,… Continue reading The Hues and Moods of Autumn – McLaren Falls Park
Our last day in Lisbon, which ends our 2nd year housesitting in the Northern Hemisphere. WOW, it's been another fantastic time meeting some wonderful caring people (thank you!), very loveable animals and exploring incredible countries. We are on our way home to New Zealand (via London/Singapore) as we need to hug some extraordinary people who… Continue reading Autumn to Spring in one day