A mixed-breed Sheepdog with his master at the Toy Run
A gigantic Teddy Bear astride a motorbike
A Bantam hen and chicks at the fuel filling station, One Stop
One of the Bantam roosters at the same fuel stop
Two more Bantam roosters
Southern Masked Weaver
The longest-ever caravan which Grant and I have ever seen being towed
This isn't a park home - it's a HOLIDAY camping vehicle. Rather this man than me towing and trying to park this long caravan!
Back home I spent an age capturing a resident Karoo Thrush searching for its meal and then finding and devouring it!
...a tasty morsel...
A quick flick of the head and the worm is down the hatch!
The blue plastic visible in front of the Thrush, is a pipe which is attached to our laundry outlet pipe. Rina and I noticed that lots of precious water was being pumped down the drawn when we did our washing. Now, thanks this pipe, the water from my washing machine flows straight onto this part of the lawn and seeps into the surrounding grass. Grant searched high and low for a few meters [only] of this special pipe called lay flat. You could purchase it by the 100's of meters but we only needed about six. He eventually sourced it at a hardware store in downtown Bloemfontein. Viola, the water is no longer being wasted but pumped onto the lawn. Of course, this part of my garden has dozens of earthworms which the birds love - hence the series of photos of the Karoo Thrush eating its dinner here!
I'm linking my post to Saturday Critters with Eileen here
Happy weekend to you all!