So what do you do when you’re loved one goes away? In my case I clean the house from top to toe in an effort to keep busy.
Yes, I know coming from the ultimate independent woman. I too can be touched by loneliness. Thank goodness I had the bassets to keep me company. And plenty of cleaning to do too. The chicken house had extra spit and polish on this occasion.
In fact when I think about it the routine at Domestic Executive HQ hasn’t changed much. Cleaning, walking dogs, cleaning chickens, tying up trees, bringing in logs. The list goes on. Not to mention the end of month accounts, finalising the works stuff before I treat myself to some time off.
The skies were mainly blue today so that was nice. The bassets and I decided to hot foot it to one of our favourite stomping grounds – Kaitoke Regional Park. It was awesome. Very quiet, not another car in the car park so a free run for us to hoon around sniffing everything. That’s the dogs not me! I was too busy taking pictures for my blog for you to enjoy.
Today’s blog theme is crazy, wierd by beautiful trees. There are lots at the park as you can see from these pictures. It was good to get some fresh air and enjoy the views. Hope you enjoy these too.
When you get close to this you realise how much of this green is actually parasitic plants rather than trees
Really strange and pre-historic
I just love the layers of colours and tree types when you look at the temperate rain forest
Can’t beat the river – so crystal clear and free flowing