Longford Feb. 6b

I am guessing an Italian car? the name was Figaro on the back.
I am guessing an Italian car? the name was Figaro on the back.
So, I walked into this cute little shop called Rustic, looking for a long sleeved white shirt as the sun was becoming too much. Mel did not have one in stock and in 15 minutes had invited me to her and Rob's Place to stay over night. The kindness and of the local  people. generosity is overwhelming! I cooked them a passable meal with herbs and lemon from the garden, and the next day got a little with Rob and Mel's daughter, Sophie, to Hobart. I had heard there were no shoulders on the road to Hobart (there were shoulders but they were not the same material as the road). They were going to the w Wooden Boat Festival, which I took in with them, and then I got dropped off at Mel's ex-husband's house to stay the night.
So, I walked into this cute little shop called Rustic, looking for a long sleeved white shirt as the sun was becoming too much. Mel did not have one in stock and in 15 minutes had invited me to her and Rob’s Place to stay over night. The kindness and generosity I am encountering is overwhelming! I cooked them a passable meal with herbs and lemon from the garden, and the next day got a lift with Rob and Mel’s daughter, Sophie, to Hobart. I had heard there were no shoulders on the road to Hobart (there were shoulders but they were not the same material as the road). They were going to the 
Wooden Boat Festival, which I took in with them, and then I got dropped off at Mel’s ex-husband’s house to stay the night.
Nutty goat
Nutty goat
Mel's cottage, my room for the night.
Mel’s cottage, my room for the night.
Mel and her nutty goat
Mel and her nutty goat
tiny horses
tiny horses
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4 thoughts on “Longford Feb. 6b

  1. Rick Brownhill

    Believe it or not, Sharon… a Figaro is a Nissan, originally made and sold only in Japan; only 20,000 made for one year in1991, popular in the UK as a used import. I’ve seen one in B.C., same colours.

    Your adventure sounds like lots of fun, so far, with some friendly, generous people along the way.

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