We've been busy round here with a lot of small people and some large people.
The large people have come very intermittently to build the shed.
Intermittently because the weather has been so bad.
Spring has really been wet, wet, wet, and very windy so far.
But that is far from unexpected, and thoroughly unremarkable, unless you are trying to build something with scaffolding!
We had one sunny afternoon the whole two weeks they have been here.
The youngest two did manage to spend a lot of time doing outside things though.
All the games involve cattle, stock whips, yards, gates and fences.
Mustering cats on tricycles is a new string to their bows.
The shed provided quite a lot of entertainment as well.
Especially the machinery involved.
We did the customary trip up Mt Taranaki and the walk to Dawson Falls.
It wasn't actually raining, but it was very muddy on the track,
so a thoroughly good time was ha by all the small people in gumboots.
I showed off my photos of mountain fauna and boys climbing the bushline track to the Wozzle.
He said he would like to have the ones of the shed under construction please!!!!
Should have known!
His little brother interpreted one of the Woozles's drawings for me.
It went something like this...
"these are the cattle yards and these spots are the cattle waiting to be mustered into the yards."
And here was me thinking it was a butterfly!!