Just a quick hello from a very warm Mt.Isa where it is getting hotter every day. It is so very dry up here. It is so strange having to buy drinking water and even more strange having to get used to the water bottles not being recycled as there is no recycling plant. We get used to so many available facilities down south. Even when we need to buy clothing we are spoiled for choice unlike here and one thing I would find very hard to get used to would be having to buy all my fruit and veggies at either Coles or Woolies as we live in such a fertile farming area and have so many choices when we want to buy fresh produce. Visiting The Outback makes me very appreciative of so many things I take for granted.
My granddaughters have been at school so I don't see them for too long during the day. The baby is really on the move and getting ready to walk so keeping him out of his sisters' room will keep his mum busy I am sure. Girls have so many little bits and pieces they collect including those rainbow looms which would be a magnet to a crawling bub and so nice to chew :-)
He is a lovely little boy and is just delightful. I will miss him and his sisters when I leave but I will see them at Christmas so that is something to look forward to. Two more sleeps before I will fly back to the cooler weather. I hope there has been some rain since I left as the veggie garden was really dry last week. Still it wasn't as dry as it is here so some rain in the North West would be just wonderful. It is desperately needed.
Have a great week everyone.