We demolished some concrete at the back of our back shed and we were going to take it to the recycling centre but the cost of depositing the concrete was over $200 so we thought there must be some other means of disposal. We came up with the idea of creating a mounded garden bed at the edge of our front garden. It is part of the nature strip but our nature strip is about four metres wide and we have a dirt road in front of that.
We covered the rubble with soil and we will plant some ground cover over that. It is a less expensive method of disposal.
It is a couple of weeks since I was last on my bike so it was good to get our for a rideon the weekend. I went for a ride with two other women and we rode what we call the Metung loop. I then doubled back a bit on my own and did a reconnoiter of an area known as Tambo Bluff. We thought that we might ride around there on one of our future rides.
I met the other two riders at Chinaman’s Creek.
Looking towards the lake
History of the area
We enjoyed the ride together and I also enjoyed exploring Tambo Bluff. I came across a walking track which had information panels regarding the flora and fauna.
There was also a box where you could access a pamphlet about the tracks.
I rode down to the foreshore and took a short video before riding home. It was a beautiful morning.