Kangaroo in the Garden #WordlessWednesday

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  1. Found it. Pretty and subdued. It made me remember the weeks we sailed down the Intracoastal Waterway (ICW) in the southeastern USA with our boat many year ago. Sometimes, the channel became quite narrow and we could peek into people’s gardens. Some of them had colorful and quite unique creatures, like giraffes, windmills, or other colorful constructions. Elaborate to say the least, but a fun distraction from the monotony of motoring south to the warmth for eight hours a day.

    1. The only thing I refuse to allow in the garden are gnomes, Liesbet. I don’t know what it is about them, but they scare me. Garden ‘furniture’ (so to speak), seems to have become very popular. I’m always amazed at what they come up with every year. The Kangaroo was a present from my sister who lives in Brisbane. She had great difficulty getting it to the UK, but he finally made it here last July. I’m not sure he likes the Britsh winter, though.
      Your boat trip along the narrow channel sounds very interesting. It reminds me a little of how I used to enjoy peering into people’s basement apartments when on the way home after a night out. I’ve no idea why they left the curtains open, so they can’t blame me for wanting to look in on their lives, can they?

      1. Oh, how I love peeking inside people’s homes, when “invited” like that! We once did a house sit with thirty gnomes in one patch of garden. When looking down from the bathroom window, you’d look straight into their territory. Nope, you would not have loved that one. 🙂

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