Given our somewhat fling of success the previous evening, EE decided that an early morning start to have a look and see if we could locate the Nankeen Night-herons and Sacred Kingfishers would be a good use of our time. And as my poor old foot had survived the first outing, it might be good of course, to well, test it a bit further. Thanks. Such is the medical profession. Of which EE is not one. 🙂
It did seem quite bright sunshine and blue sky as we loaded Sir Perceval, and head out. But as soon as we were past the halfway point, the clouds rolled in, and was that rain I detected on the windscreen. “Oh, Jane said on the telly news that it wouldn’t rain today”, she confidently replies.
It seems to me, and I might of course be speaking out of turn, but the weather tv folk must always be talking about a specific house in a specific (unspecified of course) neighborhood, and the rest of us can just take pot luck. I’m also of the opinion, and I could of course be speaking out of turn again, but it seems to me, that said weather spruikers are probably less accurate than the other dudes who do the ‘Your day by the Stars’, readings— Just sayin’.
Highlight of the day was two Wedge-tailed Eagles either in dispute or play. Regrettably little sunshine and too far far away. But an amazing sight. Continue reading “Office Addendum”