This morning we woke up bleary eyed. All I wanted to do was roll over and go back to sleep but I couldn't as I was going to attend a card making class this morning. While having breakfast Katie rang and asked if she could come and spend the day with us.
Last night we sat up and watched Black Caviar win her 22nd consecutive race from Royal Ascot in England. Our hearts were in our mouths when we saw the finish not knowing whether she had won or not, it was that close. It soon became apparent that she had won by a (in horses talk) "nose".
Yesterday we called into Port Adelaide on our way to Strathalbyn. The Port had been yarn bombed in some areas. This seems to be the in thing, I remember Hahndorf did something similar last year.
I can't believe how much these trees have grown. The Playford Council has got quite a few growing in their area. These are outside the Council Chambers. They are the Baobab tree or more commonly known as the bottle tree.
Beyblades..... a new twist on the old fashioned spinning discs