A popular stop for workers to get coffee in Bendigo and I’m sure they must get asked numerous times a day who makes the best coffee?
I stopped to post some letters, say G’day to the fellow leaning on his shovel 🙂 and took a selfie of my hands courtesy of my side mirror 🙂
Happy Fathers Day to fathers everywhere!
Thank you once again to everyone who entered . . . the support really does help to keep Positive Words magazine alive and I do appreciate it.
As always, great reading 🙂
Congratulations to the winner Joanna Golding! Please find the results here: Positive Words May 2013 Mini
Apologies for the late reminder but there’s still time to get your entry in for August. They need to be posted by midnight and the word is TOAD. The postal address and detail are under ‘competitions’ at the top of the page 🙂
It’s always sad to see untended graves. The cemeteries in larger towns seem to be mown and looked after by local councils while smaller ones in outlying areas are forgotten. . .
Hope this inspires some great stories and poems 🙂
Submissions are always welcome but need to be in hard copy – send to PO Box 798, Heathcote 3523, Victoria, Australia.
I was intrigued to see reports on Sunrise this morning about a traveller who believes he saw the Loch Ness Monster recently.
Elijah and Eilidh passed by Loch Ness a couple of weeks ago but Nessie must have been hiding 😦
But . . . they did bring me back this knitting book and now I can knit my own Nessie 🙂
Perhaps I’ll sit it by our dam and name it the Loch James Monster 🙂
What has it seen? Who has it seen? What’s inside?
Elijah and Eilidh brought back a box of delicious Scottish shortbread for Rod. So cute . . . so yummy!
The Scottie Dog shape brought back a wonderful memory for me. When I was a little girl I was given a child-size baking set which included a Scottie Dog biscuit cutter. I still have it among my treasures. I’ll have to dig it out and make some little biscuits 🙂
I loved the peace and serenity of the Lerderderg State park but the strange quiet in our house is hard to get used to.
Elijah and Eilidh are back home and yesterday we met at Bacchus Marsh so they could take Bella home. They had to get back for some visitors so Rod and I enjoyed a picnic lunch at the beautiful nearby park. Despite the cool, cloudy weather there were lots of walkers and fellow picnickers. We’ll definitely go back, perhaps meet up for a barbeque and walk with Elijah and Eilihd 🙂
But this morning our house seems very quiet without Bella 😦
I stopped for a break in a small country town on the drive home from Gawler and noticed this old tank parked in a yard beside the rest stop . . . I guess that little town is prepared for anything 🙂