Friday, November 6, 2009

Back from the bush

I've returned from the holidays! A nice two weeks away -though the part where I came down with a tummy bug and spent 3 days studying the tiles in the bathroom instead of going to the museum's Halloween night wasn't so hot. :/

But I did do things! My Dad is currently camped out at his girlfriends so I had his house to myself, which was so peaceful! I took lots of photos of Dad's Patented Amazing Antique Eating Shed (a whole post will be dedicated to the details)...


...found out how good my zoom function is when the moon came out...


...worked on some wrist cuffs...


...saw some great Australian sunsets...


...and generally sucked up the clean country air. Including thrift shop air. ;)

I hope your Halloween was wonderful- I'm going to try to catch up with everyone's blogs over the next few days as well as updating the shops with new treasure!

7 comments:

fanciful devices said...

Gorgeous pictures, as usual. It's so nice to have you back! It was lonely out here w/o you...

Hopemore Studio said...

"Dad's Patented Amazing Antique Eating Shed" I nearly spit out my drink at this comment, I cannot wait to see a post on that.

It looks like all in all your trip was relaxing and productive, though the belly bug probably wasn't helpful.

The pictures are beautiful, glad you are back.
AngieB

Kara Bay said...

Welcome back!

One of the comments you made in your article in Artful Blogging inspired my most recent blog post: http://kara-bay.com. I love your way with words.

ArtPropelled said...

I look forward to more on Dads Amazing Antique Eating Shed!

Christine said...

what a wonderful shop your Dad has! I would be poking about in every nook and cranny...
thank you for sharing your moon, he is beautiful.
and I am glad that you are feeling much better...
I can't wait to read more about "Dad's Patented Amazing Antique Eating Shed".

it is chilly windy rainy fall here...maybe it will blow away to your lovely side of the world.
C

The Rustic Victorian said...

Wonderful cuffs, and photos are as always amazing. Dads workshop may be as wonderful as yours...it its own way...looking forward to the treasures there. Glad you are feeling better and had safe travels.
Marcie

TheNikiProject said...

Wow, your picture of the moon is fantastic! I'm impressed!