After we returned home from all that Garage Sailing we did on Saturday, Rob, Russ and Joanne sat out on the deck whilst I took myself in to put together for us a lunch of Ham, Cheese and Mushroom Quiche and Caesar Salad.
Rob had taken the picture of the Tree Frog I had posted yesterday, and Russ had also taken a couple pictures himself.....with a few minor adjustments, he had his own modeling Tree Frog.
"Just hanging out on this Jade Plant for a wee rest."
"Here's looking at you buddy....."
I was totally amazed that this little Tree Frog had long hairs growing from out of his body; what's up with that, or should I even dare myself to imagine? LOL. He had fallen from our deck's awning, so his colour was still orange from blending in with the awning, so he hadn't yet changed his colour yet in these pictures to change to his surroundings.
"The Fuchsia hanging basket off a Maple tree beside our deck. Two buds just starting to peek open."
After lunch, we did our downtown Wiarton tour of the shops, up one side of the street and down the other, then onto the Spirit Rock Conservation Area which was on our way home.
"Ruins of "The Corran", which I would have loved to see in it's day with the extensive gardens and amazing varities of Rose Bushes."
Joanne, Russ and I had an awesome time being out and about together. It was really too bad Rob had to work, however he really isn`t into to trail walking too much so it worked out alright for everyone.
Oh yes, and Sunday morning before Joanne, Russ and Pixi took their leave, we enjoyed our brunch of crisply fried bacon served alongside Joanne`s recipe of Overnight Baked French Toast....
"Man oh man, was this ever delish !"
Wonderful !!! Not that I will be out enjoying it much as there is tons of stuff for me to get caught up on, and then again the lawn does need cut, and that would keep me outside enjoying the sunshine for at least a couple of hours.......
*Sigh* My mind and body are just an older version of the Engergizer Bunny, I just keep going, and going, and going, "Just North of Wiarton & South of the Checkerboard."