I gather you heard about my adventure in the great jungle of Mosman, 'Straya.
It was pretty exciting!
Although I was very relieved to find R and T and, although I have been attempting to get back to the magic staircase down to the jungle called "Scaffolding," I am not too frustrated to be unable to do so. It's far more scary out there than the back alley in Montreal ever was - even with the big bully cat!
There were so many strange scents and noises, and rustling in hedges and trees. Some were some humungous creatures, I'm sure. But none of them were Groundhogs, and I did like Groundhogs.
Before that adventure, there were plenty more - I haven't just been sleeping y'know!
Well, maybe I have, a little bit...OK, you got me - a big little bit.
R and T left me home alone for a whole night!
Just between you and me I wasn't too bothered and made good use of the quiet time to get some quality shuteye. They bought me back a present too! (Although they said it wasn't meant for me but I beg to differ, and soon made it all Albie's...)
The creatures here continue to amaze me. I get to see a lot of them from my place on the balcony - it's amazing how much you can see from up there. Very important for keeping up to date with what the neighbours are doing.
The other day I spied a bush turkey:
I watched R whilst she planted some herbs and made sure she did it right.
Apparently herbs are for eating.
Albie's love eating!
Talking of food, mmm....
Sorry, where was I? Ah yes! R had come back inside with bags and bags of food. Albie's love bags, and Albie's love food, so this is always a highlight of my week! Whilst she was placing things in the cupboards away from Albie's (mean!), I chewed through a plastic bag and a paper bag and started eating flour. She was not pleased!! There was flour everywhere!
All that in addition to sleeping, and just hanging out, looking cool...