Smelly stuff

For twenty-five years I’ve been planning to buy some jasmine, just as soon as I’d bought a house.

And now, in all its early-spring glory, here it is. Gracefully draping itself over the chook-shed! That reddish fluffball in the background is a chook bottom.

Just to add to the elegance of our chook shed, our quince is blossoming. I luvs me quince.


Chook shed

Opa is busy building the new chook shed Ron and I have been planning. It was just after he’d nailed the first nails into the cross beams on the last outside wall that I came out to check progress and just had to ask whether it was intended that the old chook hut would stay inside the new one.

Apparently not.

chook shedA couple of nails hastily pulled out, a stud removed and bobs-your-uncle…. no one will ever know.