Early morning Yanchep Lagoon news. Abalone Fishing - State regulations set bag limits and minimum size limits for abalone caught by recreational fishers. I would also add- don't leave dangerous items laying around and take more care. Better still, stop all fishing. See more at Sun City News
Another near drowning at the Lagoon this morning. Two Abalone fishers were taken to hospital this morning. On a happier note there are some very nice shadows over at Hey Harriet
Self promotion again. This is Capricorn (Community) House where the exhibition is being held in one of the downstairs rooms. Don't expect many visitors today as it is going to be very HOT 39deg! Off now to have first swim of the season.
No time for gardening today much to busy. All the art was hung yesterday but I forgot to take photos! Dashing off now to put up signs, label art, grit my teeth (I have jaw ache already), take a deep breath & hope all is well. Photos of the Exhibition later.
Nice to be featured but the following should have been included. Angie Beck [formally Farman] Enchouraged by friend and artist Glen d'Hughes she developed a number of abstract images. Together they also produced a series of limited edition prints inspired by the natural beauty of the area. ('Marina' by Beck & Hughes lower left).
Don't think these tomatoes will be any good - they came up next to the compost in among weeds & I keep forgetting to water them! We shall see. Having to go back & make bread by hand today as the machine won't work. So the dough is in a bowl, in the car which is in the sun.
Yanchep (north of Perth), Western Australia, Australia
Welcome to my blog about day to day living on the coast of Western Australia. An eclectic mix of things that make life interesting.
Born Brighton, Sussex UK arrived Western Australia 1969 never turned back.