Sunday, September 20, 2009

Short order of September 21

Fountain, Carlton Gardens, Exhibition Buildings.
Usual suspects.

Before I scampered off to Mornington Peninsula for a frolic or 3 Feral Beast had an excursion at the Melb Museum.
So I took the obligatory happy snaps.

1834 Betty Guard and her kidlets were rescued from Ngati Ruanui.
Read more details HERE.

Melbourne Museum.

1886 A white woman was found living with Indigenous People near Cooktown in Qld; known as The Normandy Woman she spoke no English and died within a few days of capture.

Rabbit burrow and nibbled plants in Carlton Gardens.



1934 Singer Leonard Cohen was pupped in Montreal in Canada.
You can read more about him HERE.

5 comments:

Marita said...

Quiet day in history. That is a good thing for your poor typing fingers :-)

Marita said...

Quiet day in history. That is a good thing for your poor typing fingers :-)

Cazzie!!! said...

Waskily Wabbits in the city! Cool!

Andrew said...

1080 needed in Carlton Gardens.

Jayne said...

Those wabbits might be quiet, Marita and Cazzie, but they've nommed their way through some of the lovely garden bed displays :(
1080 indeed, Andrew, some areas had netting to protect the tender plants...I find a garden stake works much better and leaves you with underground mutton for the barbie :P

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