As you may know I am a bit of a "foodie", as Mum often says, but I find fine food addictive, such as roast pheasant, duck and rack of lamb. I never thought I would see a pheasant in my entire life, but I kept on dreaming that I would and that I might be able to get a few for Dad to roast.
Well, today was my lucky day. I found it - Maggie Beer's Pheasant Farm. My favourite was the Golden Reeves pheasant. In the shop I got to sample quite a few different fine foods along the way. I disliked the Duck liver pâté, but I couldn't believe the amazing flavour of the blood plum fruit paste.
And now for the actual walk. We drove up Rifle Range Road and had our lunch first. It was so windy that we ate in the car. Dad loves his car and normally he would not allow any eating in the car, but we did today.
We then walked up the hill ever so slowly. This was a part that we would normally drive up but this time we walked. This meant we could have a good look at the view over Tanunda. Once in the park we had fun with the boulders - as you can see if you watch the video. We stopped and turned around on this walk as it was threatening rain - I actually felt a few drops and this meant we walked faster on the way back.
On the way home we tried some cheese twists that I had baked that morning (with my own bare hands).
And now for a joke:
Mary had a little lamb.
The Doctor fainted.
Mary had a little lamb
It had a touch of colic
She fed it brandy twice a day
And now it's alcoholic.
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