Here’s a great blog from the Garrolous One, some great photos of the ‘Gong’ and surrounds.
Pity I wont get to see this when I take up permanent abode there!
For those interested in birds, like disperser, there’s some shots of the Australian Lyre bird , the very bird I was telling him about recently.
Two years age separates our grandchildren, but in this shot, the camera has captured them as twins!
According to the Australian Government Bureau of Meteorology, Sydney and its eastern seaboard neighbours had the wettest March since 1975. It was getting to where I considered buying a raincoat and wellingtons. Of late though, our autumn weather has been spectacularly pleasant. Today, for example, is 22’c / 71’F with clear, sunny skies punctuated with fluffy clouds.
The perfect conditions to have two of the grandchildren for a four day visit. The first two day’s activities centred around the beach followed by the swimming pool, but on the third day, we packed a picnic lunch and went off exploring.
We started with a drive up into the escarpment behind us, to take in the scenery from the Mount Keira lookout.
In the below shot, you can see the main road snaking up Mount Ousley…
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Thanks for the re-blog. A great compliment 🙂