Thursday, September 14, 2017

Garden Thursday

Hello and welcome to Garden Thursday with Virginger, Glimmer, Trooper and Fleur.

Mum had her first Master Gardener class on Monday and look at all the stuff she brought home! The big binder in the back has all sort of stuff to read, the middle fat book is the text book. Then lots of hand outs. Plus they are supposed to get  another book next week!
 Here is the list of stuff she has to do each week. Just like going back to school for her. Mum was surprised at how many people were there. Her class is 75 peoples, the other night is 50 peoples.
Mum caught one of the sqwerls sneaking a drink from the fevver bath. Silly little guy. Plus she saw a deaded sqwerl a few weeks ago back by our gate to the trail. Mum just left him and he disappeared.

Plus Mr Haw has been paying us visits, three times in the past week. Mum got a picture of him up on the wires, he turned quick and almost got a sqwerl hopping along a different wire. Sqwerl only escaped by swinging down below the wire.
The a few days later, back to sit in the crabby apple tree, checking things out looking for something to pounce on for a meal.

Our weather has been beauty-full, which happens whens the nasty weather is down south. We are happy to report that all of our furiends and their bean are OK. Phew!

Thanks for stopping by, love, Virginger, Glimmer, Trooper and Fleur.


  1. Wowza Ducky - your mum's gardening class looks like it's gonna be full on. Fabulous stuff. I hope you'll be giving us weekly updates.

    Sydney, Australia

  2. That looks like a great lesson schedule for a Master Gardener! And TBT says thanks about the time belt advice. He probably needs to make a DECISION!

  3. That's a lot to study for your mom ! Great pictures of Mr Haw. Purrs

  4. de bass terd hawkeneese familee veree veree careful N tell vizshuz squirrel ta due de same !!! ☺☺♥♥

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  6. Looks like your mum has a lot of studying for the gardening class.


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