It was another frosty morning: -2°C/28.4°F. We had ice on our rubbish bin, frost
and the puddles had a thin layer of ice.
We got to the river early and were busy
investigating all the overnight scents
when SHE noticed a stump.....
that turned into a wallaby!
By the time SHE got the camera out,
he was off!
With us hot on the trail.
But he disappeared quickly and SHE called us back.
We continued our walk and when
the rest of polar expedition
arrived, we raced to tell them all about it!
(Yes, we do get cold weather, for us, 20sF to 50sF on winter days. It is colder south of us, and warmer to the north....just the opposite of the northern hemisphere. Our winters don't last very long so WE don't have central heating. Others have gas heaters, or wood fires. We just have electric, and SHE bundles up. The dogs love it!.)