Well still clearing my plate.
All of this lovely breakfast, above (apart from the mushrooms), was grown or made on the property right here in Rosedale, Home made bread, our own free range eggs, and tomatoes fresh out of the glass house.
So no carbon credits went into the production of this meal, however there was a fair bit of ozone depletion from other healthy gases afterwards.
As you can read, the photo above was sent direct from my iphone via the posterous app straight to this blog page and was a trial for posting from the hip from cafe's bars, and any rogue wi-fi spots I find on the road.
Don't worry I will be composing my blog on my laptop having recently purchased a secondhand Mac G4 and will not be posting too frequently! Also this is my first mac, which will be interesting!
Some of my wood collection, ......never to be seen again!
There's Trev the Auctioneer and Kokopelli sitting on the gate!
A few little stories about the auction,......... a friend who shall remain nameless (Bernie) asked if I had any wood suitable for a banjo neck. I said yes I have this beautifull piece of 5X2 american rock maple 4 foot long, which would be perfect for you! He came back to me just before the auction got underway saying, "I've tested that peice of wood, it has a lovely ring to it" (he had held it up between fingers and knocked with his knuckles) It was early in the auction so I mentally noted that it sold for only $5. So excitedly I said to Bernie, "did you get it!" No he said "I hadn't registered and didn't bid!
This wood was so nice I kept most of it for making some beautiful tables upon my return.