23 March 2010

Tweed Rye Light Kombi & Honey


Tweed jacket I've salvaged for a Wall Pocket. Put stuff in there; coins, an old tissue, a boiled lollie, a train ticket, a hair comb, a pen knife?











Latest bronze badge. 










Like a dinosaur egg...










Cut Away Kombi. I guess its a kid's thing that has turned into goldsmith's thing- to like small objects (and to want to shrink down to a tiny man and drive around in this thing, camping out under the bentwood chairs...)







Dad's funny label for his honey. ( This is an old one that the silverfish have enjoyed!)
Lately he's been giving us more honey than we can possibly eat. Really good full-bodied Yellow Box (a prevalent eucalyptus species here)- not heat treated or filtered.(bees knees float to the top) More on beekeeping to come...


3 comments:

  1. Rye bread! I love it so. Now I am hungry.

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  2. As names go, well… "Rye" would still have been more upbeat than, say, "Sour Dough", no? ; )

    If you're ever overflowing with uneaten honey, your regular artist followers in Brunswick West will keenly accept the drippings.

    Cheers Inari

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  3. Hi Inari,

    actually the old man has at least one hive at his pad in Brunswick East!
    He was doing the swap thing at CERES market, but felt shortchanged- I mean pithy lemons or flacid silverbeet for honey? pfft!
    Maybe Ill do a honey give-away... hmm

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