I’ve been in my new home in Myrtleford, Victoria for well over a week now.
Progress: my car (Cedric the Sissy car) arrived this morning, the telecommunications guy came and connected the phone, and my goods and chattels will arrive on Monday. Oh, and Minx the cat has finally set her paws outside after being spooked by all the strangeness of this new place.
Lack of progress: it’ll be 3-7 working days before I have internet at home. Thanks to the generosity of the library and also the pesky tourist who lives here, I do have access until I can be independent.
I want to tell you about the initiative of Ann-Marie, one of the staff at the local Foodworks supermarket. She had a little brain wave, spoke to the owner about her idea, and the result is this display of tempting fruit which the little ones can sample for free.
Good on ya, Ann-Marie. (And I made sure to spell your name correctly.)
I’ll no doubt tell you more about this cool (in all forms of the definition) little town, as I get to know it a bit better. It’s late winter/early spring, and the trees are going overboard with their blossoms. This prunus is at the entry to the court I now call home.
Should I go along to one of these sessions? Do you think it could be a laugh?