Today is the last day to get your entries in for the December 2014 mini-competition.
The word for this month is TRAVEL.
Write a story in 100 words or less, or a poem in ten lines or less including the above word and drop it in the mail box by midnight tonight with the entry fee of $1.40 per entry 🙂
Positive Words magazine
PO Box 798
Heathcote 3523 Victoria
Delicious doughnuts in Adelaide and the nicest vendor 🙂 We’ll be back! I’m on the bus heading back to Victoria. A window seat so lots to see . . .
This vehicle isn’t going anywhere just now but, fortunately, no such dramas on the bus on my trip to Adelaide 🙂 I wanted to spend the weekend with my daughter and her partner but didn’t feel like another long drive. Flights were expensive, perhaps due to the cricket test currently being held in Adelaide so I decided to take the bus. A new experience to write about! Lots of great story ideas formed as I sat surrounded by snorers and a very interesting bunch of fellow travellers so I’m sure I’ll be penning a story set on a bus very soon. I might include a flat tyre . . .
This one is for Philomena and all the other Tasmanian readers 🙂
High on our bucket/to-do list is a trip to Tasmanian via the Spirit of Tasmania although it’s still a little way off!
Here she is, docked at Station Pier, Port Melbourne 🙂
These magnificent tree trunks are typical of many I saw along the way on my recent visit to South Australia 🙂
Pink Lake, a salt lake near Dimboola. Some days it is even pinker and apparently glorious at sunset. I hope I’m travelling through at that time one day! The parking bay has been recently renovated and it’s a great place to stop and rest.
Where would a long trip be without it?
Home again and a little tired! I stopped several times along the way to stretch my legs but those last 200kms were a struggle. A great trip and a nice pile of mail waiting . . . thank you for the submissions and competition entries 🙂
Jasper and April gave me a rather sleepy, oh-you’re-home welcome (clearly too well looked after while I was gone!) but Bailey was much more enthusiastic. Usually, it’s the felines who fix you with that well-if-you-go-and-leave-me-I’ll-be-aloof look but I’m sure the dogs will change their tune come breakfast time!
Every year on our wedding anniversay, Rod and I travel back to Echuca/Moama (the scene of the crime). Our home is only 100 kilometres from the border and we had a great day touring the area 🙂