Sunday, December 06, 2015

The week end

The weather is still hot, although there is a thin skin of cloud at the moment so not as hot as when the sun is blazing down. Yesterday we walked the cliff top near Petrels Cove, a slight breeze, early so bearable, and this morning we went over to the Goolwa markets early too, it was shady under the trees by the wharf and quite pleasant, I bought a couple of plants, took a photo of John and of the lovely old building near where we parked. I am beginning to wonder if we will ever get any rain, rather horrifying to think we could go all the way through to April or May with none. Just have to hope for a few cyclones off the Western Australian coast that will slide down our way. Watering the garden could become a problem as well as the rain water for the house. Although we have more tanks than ever, I dont remember it being as dry as this ever, virtually no rain since September Droughts and flooding rains, that is Australia. Double click to enlarge the collage.


Barry said...

Hi P - looks like we are both holding out for a little rain. Though your photos and walks are filled with the gift of big blue skies. Stay well and happy as we all enter this rather frantic holiday time. Peace. B

The Weaver of Grass said...

I wish we could send you some of our rain Penny - we are certainly inundated here in the North of England, with many places cut off by flood water.

Gaby Bee said...

Hi Penny,
Things are going well here, only the weather is awful. Since two weeks it is raining cats and dogs and it's very stormy here in Germany. I also wish I could send you some of our rain.

Gaby xo

Penny said...

I do so hope you get rain SOON!! Would be that we could distribute the rain from one place, where its flooding, to the drier regions.