Wisdom from Seniors #4

Today was an interesting day.
We had an outing to the beach for those of the seniors that wished to go. We didn’t actually get to sand, but sat and ate fish and chips on the broadwater under an awning.
The funniest thing was that we were joined by an Asian tour group who were astounded at the sight of a group of white haired ladies and gents eating fish and chips out of the paper they were wrapped in. We were the subject of many photos. Some even sat at the table with the seniors. Continue reading

Through my Lens – Clarence and Oberon

After a good night’s sleep, we set off bright and early the next morning to continue our holiday. Many years previously, the Garden Gnome and I had spent time in the Blue Mountains (without children) and had visited the Zig Zag Railway. We enjoyed ourselves immensely and had the opportunity of riding up front with the driver on the day that we visited. It was the middle of an Australian summer and it got pretty hot in there shovelling coal into the engine’s fire pit but it was a lot of fun. We wanted to visit again and this time had our little girl along for the ride. Continue reading

Through my Lens – More Three Sisters

After a good night’s sleep, we decided to go back to the Three Sisters the next morning. This time we were on the other side of the valley from where we were yesterday.
We decided that we we would walk down to them (because you can). The beginning of the track down was gradual and easy however it became more difficult as we went on and steps became steep. I’m sure I’ve told you before that I have ‘dicky’ knees so traversing this was quite a (slow) challenge for me. Continue reading