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Thanks gal and Ank.
Yep, they are 3 and 5 now, my Gson would have a blast with the squirt gun, but maybe put white paint, so I can get him to help paint the fence>>>>Glad to see you and Jenny at doing well say HI for me.....
Sweet dreams gem, thanks.
No Jacques, close by, thanks.
Yes it is yellow, thanks.
This is a spectacular home on a spectacular location . . . wow!
is this your home Robbie, beautiful anyway
PPM, make some loquat chutney from your tree! Thanks.
Thanks EF and PK, glad you liked them.
Hi gal, was wondering where you were, good to see you, hope all is well. I guess the Gkids had you cracking! Give them a big lamb bone each, a pot of red paint and a big squirt gun!!! I am sure they will have a ball, but I never had children so maybe they would prefer a big chocolate bar instead of the bone!!
Yes Hanne, you will find it very difficult NOT finding a white roof, thanks!
Well, anyway it's WHITE!! Thanks Robbie!!
Ooooh am I rusty, I got 1:03 for my time. Just wanted to say howdy, it has been a busy summer.........
Love the set Robbie thanks
Great set Robbie:) Thanks.
Robbie, what condiments(s) do you suggest to go with my mud pies?
Beautiful shot Robbie!
Thanks Jon, it sure is.
It is that chookies, thanks.
Well that can be fun PPM, thanks.
You're welcome Graci, thanks.
Yes PG we grew up like that but never again! Thanks.
Yes the water is beautiful, thanks Celeste.
Let's hope the rain keeps falling Shirley, thanks.
That is good PKH, thanks.
We water our gardens with our rainwater.
Great picture, Robbie!
I have only had rain water tanks all my life, drink the water straight from the taps, no filters or chlorine, ( have never lived in a town with layed on water) doing well health wise. Thanks Robbie for the post.
Such a pretty view.. I still cant get over how beautiful the water is.
With all the rain you get the roofs stay clean. My friend who lived there many years ago had a sign in the water closet, "In the land of sun and fun we never flush for number one". I did notice he had a lot of dead bushes.
Just beautiful!! thanks Robbie
I can make mud pies with the runoff from my roof.
You can get an idea how we catch rainwater for our tanks. The gutters are angled to allow the water to funnel down the drainpipes into concrete tanks under our houses. We drink our water right from the taps. People from overseas sometimes treat the water with chlorine or filters.........and go back home in a box!!!! ( Slight exaggeration.)
A view worth a million dollars - oh wow, that is just spectacular!!
Wow!! What a view!!