Ham, egg, cheese, onions, peppers, and blackberry jam. They claim that the bun is sourdough. It may have been delivered in the same truck that sourdough bread once rode in.
These are navy beans, I wondered why they call them that so I went to Wikipedia:
In Australia, navy bean production began during World War II when it became necessary to find an economical way of supplying a nutritious food to the many troops—especially American troops—based in Queensland. The United States military maintained a large base in Kingaroy and had many bases and camps throughout south-east Queensland. It actively encouraged the widespread planting of the beans. Kingaroy is known as the Baked Bean Capital of Australia. Another popular name for the bean during this time was “the Yankee bean”.“
This is a cloudless sulphur on the canna that surprised Mrs J when it emerged a few weeks ago. We saw it in the same place a few days ago but it fluttered away before I could grab my DSLR.
I took a snapshot from the video this fellow was, briefly, in. I’m going to call him a yellow-rumped warbler. My windows Photo app used to be able to take one frame out of a video but it has been acting up lately and refusing to do it for me, saying “something went wrong”. I thought that the VLC media player could do so and after some menu browsing I found that it could.