Reg and I had a lovely stroll this spring afternoon through the many parklands of Shepparton.
I had forgotten how fragrant wisteria was until I came near these. I thought these gardens were Just beautiful.
We had been out searching for the perfect gift for a friend but preferred to spend our time in the gardens than to join the crowds in stores. I might just look online for some ideas about what to buy. I far prefer online shopping when I live in the country; it offers a variety and quality I would have to go to the larger towns to get.
I have been trying for the last four months to buy a thermos yogurt maker for caravan touring, and none of the supermarkets I go to are large enough to stock things like that. Lack of shopping product range is the only disadvantage I see to country living, all the rest of country living I love.
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