Our S.A. coastal adventure – day 7

Day 7 Sleep in! Oh, it was wonderful, some got up to shoot sunrise, but it was not very good, thankfully we stayed in bed for the extra few hours. Leaving just before 9am and headed out to Snelling Beach, lovely with blue sky and sunshine and water and red rocks and even the rusty…

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Our S.A. coastal adventure – day 5 part 4

After already having quite a day out, we then proceeded to drive down to Seal Bay for our Sea Lion guided tour on the beach. It was about one hour long and quite good, there were a few sea lions, mostly asleep on the sand, not quite as good as Cape Palliser in New Zealand,…

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Our S.A. coastal adventure – day 5 part 3

Following on from Little Sahara, we then headed off to Vivonne Bay jetty for a quick look around before heading back to the Roadhouse for lunch. We went to the Vivonne Bay beach, some stayed, but we felt it was just another pretty beach, with little to offer apart from sand and water. I know…

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Winter Outings – Kira’s visit to the beach

We do not have any actual grandchildren, neither of my daughters plan on any, any time soon. But we do have Grand Fur Babies…it sounds a little silly, but we do dote on them, Dexter is technically my Daughter’s Dog, not mine…but he does not seem to agree. Kira belongs to my Daughter and Son-in-law,…

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Regular Random – Stacked Stones

I have found these phenomena before, these stacked stones, they seem to pop-up whenever we are travelling, Cairns to attract travellers and guide them somewhere, often they seem to be located near water…maybe they are sirens calling to the sea. To say I was a little surprised to see them just off the breakwater at…

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Autumn Outings – Dromana Beach

It was such a glorious Autumn Day, still warm enough for T-shirts, we had headed out to Dromana to visit local gardens, but could not resist stopping at the beach…the weather is about to turn decidedly Wintery within the next few days, had to get my fix of warmth and sunshine while I could I…

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Weekend Wanderings – Hervey Bay, QLD

We recently visited my Daughter and Son in Law in Brisbane for a few days, so wonderful to see blue skies and feel warmth and sunshine, Queensland is an oasis from the Winter/Spring cold of Melbourne, and even just a few days in shorts and a T-shirt was wonderful, not to mention being able to…

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Winter Outings – St Kilda Pier at Sunset

Recently we had a free afternoon, something I have not had for a while it seems and while the weather was brisk, it was not raining and clouds looked possible for a decent Winter Sunset, a few fellow photographers decided to meet at the Historic Cafe at the end of St Kilda Pier in Melbourne…

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Share Your World – 24th July 2018

In regards to puzzle what’s your choice: jigsaw, crossword, word search, mazes, logic or numeric puzzles, something else, or nothing? I am not big on puzzles, I don’t mind the occasional word search, but I am not really into jigsaw puzzles. I used to attempt them, but I always remember getting frustrated, I would rather draw…

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Weekly Photo Challenge – Just a Little twisted

In this week’s photo challenge, show us something twisted. You can be literal in your interpretation — show us the coils of your hair, a winding woodland path, or a gnarled tree trunk. Or, be more abstract, and show us something that represents life’s inherently twisty character. We’re looking forward to it! Just a little…

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