Carl showing Romily what pedals are. And Romily deciding they're way too complicated! This is in front of the guest accommodation.
Grandma and auntie Jacinta help Romily feed one of the two abandoned lambs being hand reared by the family
The toy bikes and tractors were a big hit with Romily and her twin cousins Cody (on the left) and Darcy.
All the littlies enjoyed patting the animals - large and small. Guinea pigs on the left and black dog on the right.
Afternoon tea in front of the campfire. The cake was a big hit with Romily, as you can see from the telltale icing sugar on her nose!
Romily was a clingy little thing all weekend. No doubt due to her cold. As endearing as 'Mummy...hug' can be, it wears a bit thin after 48 hours straight!
And I rode a horse for the first time in my life! I loved it. It was so much fun. I don't look too bad do I? (That hand is the farmer, who stayed pretty close!)
Colds are receding, drugs are a wonderful thing, and it's back to work tomorrow.
The yellow fabric arrived from Fabric Shack - hooray. They even threw in a couple of freebies. Now I can get Campbell's Wonky Geese finished. Just in time, as the new Australian Quilter's Companion May issue arrived today, chock full of inspiration for the next project!