|view of my creek boundary in the distance (right bank) and the repaired flood way crossing|
|Green Panic in the drive way|
I had hoped to cut back some of this Green Panic before going into the block.
I spent ages trying to get the brush cutter to start, but it wasn't going to co-operate. I then looked at the very long African Love grass inside the gate and felt a little uneasy about trekking through the numerous long tufts. I had mentioned that I would have some board walks in my bush garden some time. What better time than now. So I grabbed the old wooden lids and pushed them into the spaces between the Love grass tufts. Now I could travel freely to the more open soft grass areas.
|Meandering down toward the soft grass areas and onto the creek|
|Looking back up to the drive way and the temporary out house|
I found these new residents (below) in the pile of wooden lids.
The frog was a very dark green ...nearly brown with white spots. I couldn't positively identify him, but he could be a variety of the common green frog. All were happy to just sit and get their 15 minutes of fame in a photo shoot.
A bunch of noisy birds objected to my presence (above) and this little rabbit (or perhaps it's a hare) didn't even notice me (below).
The creek had gone way down and there was the lovely sound of running water. It was crystal clear and sooooo inviting on such a hot day. Apart from the flattened fences, every thing looked wonderful and my spirits lifted.
|Fences down..might be able to salvage a post or two.|
|Standing on my boundary looking back to the crossing|