Pictures from January 2013

Last Friday was the 18th of January 2019. Facebook reminded Peter that six years ago was an extremely hot day and this was the day of Nell’s funeral. Apparently we had 47C on that day. Is that possible? I think this year our highest temperature so far was ‘only’ 37C.

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It seems we didn’t take many pictures in January. There aren’t any pictures from our visit with friends and the friends visiting us. But there are a few picture from the funeral of one of our friends, also a few pictures how things in the garden have grown.

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One of the church windows.It was an extremely hot day. Still a lot of people turned up for the Mass. One of the church windows.
It was an extremely hot day. Still a lot of people turned up for the Mass.

Peter always works hard to keep down the tree growth around our house. Peter always works hard to keep down the tree growth around our house.

This picture is taken from our front door. This picture is taken from our front door.

It seems this elephant is guarding our front door. It seems this elephant is guarding our front door.

Luscious growth in our little backyard garden. Luscious growth in our little backyard garden.

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2 thoughts on “Pictures from January 2013

  1. Carolyn, I can’t believe it was 47C at the funeral six years ago! I dug out this post because Facebook reminded Peter of that day. From time to time Peter still tries to manage all the growth around our house. Especially in summer things that have been cut a bit, quickly regrow again. Both Peter and I do gardening not very regularly. If we do some gardening in summer, it is usually during the early morning hours before it gets too hot. 🙂

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