Thursday Doors : Cat Nap…

In the village of Ebor, along the waterfall way in New South Wales, we stopped for a coffee.

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With a name like “Fusspots” I could not resist stopping at this combined post office/grocery store/café.

It was a sleepy little village of 160 people and at least one very sleepy cat…

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Some crafty, imaginative folks live here too. Notice what they have created from horse shoes…

Pushing the green door open the bell tinkled to let the owner know he had customers.

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After a delicious, home-baked Devonshire tea we went on our way to explore this scenic area.

To come with us for a drive through the waterfall countryside click here.

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13 thoughts on “Thursday Doors : Cat Nap…

  1. On a warm summer day you might just find me taking a nap of my own on the bench beside the cat 😉

  2. That’s darling. Great captures 🙂

  3. When Christine came to Devon, I remember her saying that she and Stuart had a café serving Devonshire cream teas in their youth. We couldn’t have on unfortunately as she was allergic to dairy!

  4. I love the post box, and the name of that place. I would have had to stop for tea myself then join the cat on the horseshoe bench for a wee cat nap. 🙂

  5. What a great name – I would definitely have stopped at Fusspots as well! 😀

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  7. That cat sure does look cosy I must say, I just love those Horse shoes well put to good use. x Good place to stop.

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