I took my walking gear with me on our recent retreat in the hopes of walking each day. I did enjoyed an early hike on Thursday morning. I didn’t take any pics on that walk as I thought I’d have plenty of time over the next few days. Little did I know that it would pour rain Thursday night and most of Friday; needless to say, no walk Friday.
Can you see the ducks? They were trying valiantly to swim up stream but were being forced back by the current; just before getting to the edge, up they’d fly, landing back down and paddling furiously again. No, I have no idea why they were playing this game – teenage ducks playing chicken?
to the point where I decided it might be prudent not to go all they way into it with the possibility of cars descending on me!
As you can see it’s a quaint old town, with picturesque verandahs attached to the old buildings and such a wide street. Envisage great bullocks and drays hauling produce, carriages with passengers and riders upon horses.
Some of us were treated to a special walk to the Court House, which is currently used for storage but it is hope will be renovated and restored. It appears that the last “tenants” simply walked out the door; this cupboard still has papers
I hope you’ve enjoyed this flying tour of Clunes; if you get a chance to visit, I’d highly recommend it!