Black and White Challenge:
including Tables and Chairs.
Similar seating, made of concrete,
at Paronella Park in Queensland.
A log seat at one of Torquay’s beaches.
Men’s Shed group (for retirees).
On Tuesday I found myself helping to
assemble these planter boxes and seating.
These are some of the last bales of wool
to be pressed in our wool-shed.
Invariably, at lunch and smoko
(morning and afternoon tea) times a bale or two
would soon be found on its side and
made an ideal seat.
At lunch time I nearly always found
ten minutes to lie on my back with my legs
up over the side of the bale to help
rest my aching feet.
At least that’s what I kept telling my self.
Walking for a solid 8 hours each day on
wooden or concrete floors was hard on one’s feet.
Or it was on mine! Still is.