Found in the wood shed today: One mummified dead cat (not ours), a huntsman spider with an egg sac, huge worms and lots of bugs.
The chooks offered to help with the worms and bugs.
Claude didn't do much except for adopting a supervisory air.
This is what the shed looked like, cleaned out and without any sides.
This is what it looked like after a fair bit of work...including some 'bush carpentry' of my own.
This is the view from the door end down to the other. There is still a bit of tin to be fixed on at the end.
This is looking back the other way towards the door.
- No Mark, it isn't a mushroom growing shed (though I liked that idea),
- a potting shed,
- an aviary or
- a tool shed.
- Anonymous, I didn't think 'Granny Flat' was a very kind suggestion!...I know who you are and I will tell your mother if you don't behave.
- It isn't an alpaca bed and breakfast either...they spit!
- Ali, can you guess yet?
The Governor of Victoria, Professor David de Kretser, knows exactly what it is and he called in today to open the facility.
As a representative of the Queen in Australia he doesn't have a number plate on his car...just a crown.
Here he is giving a little speech telling us what a great facility it is.
And this is him, cutting the blue ribbon to officially open it. Note the tacky plastic scissors!
Anyone who correctly guesses what the new facility will be used for, will win a free two night stay, in the shed, twin share.