A well worn desk, a wire bird cage and a horse biscuit cutter, all picked up at a local clearing sale for a few dollars.
Horse related activities including Pony Club and an outback gymkhana have taken up a lot of our spare time in the last few weeks. I think we are becoming a horsey family, who knew?
Ice-cream on the verandah for two tired, grubby kids who had spent the afternoon helping to truck feral goats. Growing up on a farm really is a wonderful thing. Everyday our children are learning so much, including a strong work ethic and a sense of responsibility.
I collected this tangle of rusty wire in the creek near our house. With just a little tweaking I plan to transform it into a bird nest inspired piece of garden art. Can you see it too?
Thanks to Jodie's suggestion I blitzed a piece of elderly sourdough with some fresh sage leaves to make these chunky, fragrant breadcrumbs and later used them to crumb fish fillets. I need to get more creative with my sage plant, this was a good place to start.
How is your weekend progressing?
Are you riding horses or cooking or eating ice-cream?