The recent afternoon poodlewalks in Adelaide have been in and around Victoria Park, which is in the south east corner of the Adelaide parklands. This is so that Raffi can met, greet and play with other dogs. That walk incorporates the Greenhill Rd and Fullarton Rds corner which has been turned into a native bush area as distinct from a park.
The river red gum trees that have fallen down have been trimmed of their branches and then left as logs lying scattered on the ground. Some provide interesting material for photographic studies. They remind us of what once was before the ground was cleared of trees to build an English-style city with English trees.