07. October 2013 Follow the Yellow Canola Road It is canola season and the local district is sunflower-bright with paddocks of happy yellow. tagPlaceholderTags: Write a comment Comments: 6 #1 lily malone (Monday, 07 October 2013 19:26) Beautiful Alissa! I remember years ago I spent time in Northam (West Aus wheatbelt) in spring. At the time the fields were a mix of that yellow, but also purple from what we call Patterson's Curse (Salvation Jane) - so a weed that nobody wants... but it was so beautiful en masse in the paddocks with the yellow, and also bright green of young wheat. Inspirational for sure! #2 Jenn J McLeod (Monday, 07 October 2013 19:30) Happy fields for sure. How wonderful to look at. not so good to roll around in!!!!!! #3 Alissa (Tuesday, 08 October 2013 04:20) Hi Lily, thanks so much for visiting! There are purple carpets of Patterson's Curse here too and you are so right the colours of yellow, purple and spring-green are just beautiful. Take care. xx #4 Alissa (Tuesday, 08 October 2013 04:23) Hi Jenn, lovely to have you pop in:) LOL on the rolling around - ran out of hayfever tablets today for the family so guess what I'll be doing first thing tomorrow!! #5 uk best essays reviews (Tuesday, 24 October 2017 00:01) We all chosen the resources to help content writers about canola road. That every topic is followed with different formations and essay reviews. Then we will enjoy the resources of this new blog. #6 John (Wednesday, 28 March 2018 07:33) I wonder what it feels like to walk that road when canola is in full blossom. What does it smell like? A sweet, light aroma, or dusty pollen itching inside of your nose? Ah, as soon as I finish those [url=https://topwritingreviews.com/services/payforessay]reviews on Payforessay.net[/url, I will be able to go on a vacation.