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Tuesday, July 17, 2012

Welcome to Riverbend Park

On foot, armed with axe and chainsaw, and from the comfort of my little KUBOTA, I have been busy taming the 7-acre wilderness that is Riverbend (or is it eight acres? anyway, it feels like a hundred!) As my Canadian philosopher-friend drily remarked, 'Keeping busy is the best way to keep the mind from wandering into places that it should not be.'

I quite like a bit of wilderness but prospective buyers think otherwise. They want their bit of English country garden inside a white picket-fence so who am I to argue?

In fact, who am I? I let you enjoy these latest snaps while I ponder this question.