Scotland Island Lodge
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... There is also a train line, a highway and a cycle track so quite a lot going on. We saw some brave souls decked out in blue uniforms and hard hats as they started their climb right up to the top of the bridge.
After all that we decided to use the facilities in our apartment and have supper at home while we watched TV and did the washing! Boring but necessary....get 2015 going as we mean to go on!
... itself was a true example of the strength and determination of my beloved Grandma. I'd made a promise to myself that if she did make it I would treasure every single moment of that day, knowing it would be our last one together as a family with her present. We knew she wouldn't be around for another. My Christmas last year was magical and heart rendering all at the same time but I'm unbelievably grateful that I got that last Christmas with my Grandma. Those memories are ones locked ...
... get out and about a bit.
Our first trip out was to Manly beach but you can read about that separately.
We took a couple of other trips out - for Bryan swimming mainly - and to the pictures. We saw a weird film called Interstellar. We won't say what happens in case you haven't seen it.
New Years Eve finally arrived and this was our Bucket List event! But as always with the special things we do, you can read about it ...
... in bringing dogs of small nature together for a good time. An excellent alternative to The Dog Walkers. Sonya had been invited by the two, since she accompanied Scott on his tour earlier this Friday, for a soon-to-kick-ass post on tumblr. Can't wait to see the photos! Looking back to that event and remembering all the happy faces, both dogs and Sydneysiders, you just know that this guy is absolutely passionate ...
... around the outer edge of the USA. Most Aussies can only do that when they retire. 6) The Tasmanian Devil has become endangered in recent years because of a viral infection causing facial tumours and eventual death. It is spread by biting and clawing at each other when fighting for dominance. There is no cure so far and about 70% of the animals are affected. Programs are in place to capture and isolate uninfected animals to ...