Chillin’ with the locals




6 Responses to “Chillin’ with the locals”

  1. 1 pom
    30 January, 2009 at 1:06 pm

    Leuk om te zien hoe het er om je heen uitziet. Over nog twee maanden zomer is er zeker weinig groen meer over?

  2. 2 brentusfirmus
    30 January, 2009 at 5:54 pm

    Vast niet. Ik herinner me vooral heel veel geel en bruin van de zomers die ik hier heb meegemaakt. Maar een beetje groen blijft er nog altijd over – die bomen zijn het inmiddels gewend.

  3. 4 Faye
    31 January, 2009 at 11:19 pm

    Welcome home Brent, pity you couldn’t have bought some cooler weather with you. Hope you had good Xmas/new year. My thoughts have been with you. Pleased to see you are still blogging.
    Too hot to knit or do much else at the moment…bring on the cold, wet weather and lots and lots of rain.

    Maybe one day we can have that one on one tutorial you promised me???? You need time to settle down and find work first though.

    Kindest regards


  4. 5 vos
    2 February, 2009 at 5:53 am

    zo te zien vallen de mussen van het dak! hoewel het zo te zien wel grote mussen zijn daar, zeg!

  5. 6 Lisa
    7 February, 2009 at 12:05 pm

    hey, that looks just like Kath & Kim!

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