Many walkers were out with their dogs. One which stopped for a chat and pat was Charlie, a golden retriever cross. A muffled bark greeted my passing of one house with the resident doggie letting me know that I had been seen.
A lychgate was host to a street library. While I was photographing the library two customers arrived to exchange books. I have seen many street libraries on my street walks, but this is the first time I have seen them being used.
Only one banksia was seen but a rather forlorn-looking teddy bear was tied to a street tree, negating its chance of escaping. A polygala had an easy escape, but another plant had to squeeze past paling to become free.
The strangest sight was a parking meter in a front garden. The sign on it said 5c & 10c coins only, so it must be old and not operative. On the veranda of another house was an old wooden milepost, no doubt a past resident of one of our highways.