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... and sorted, walked the beagle girls, had a live,y catch up chat with Kylie when she ran out to catch me as we passed her place :) Home again ... Girls fed, us fed, I finished Judys scarf with only a small length of wool,left, very well calculated I must say :) I will,post it to her tomorrow xo Graham and Simon had curried sausages for dinner and I had scrambled eggs ...
Sunny. Light winds becoming southwesterly 15 to 20 km/h in the evening then becoming light in the late evening. 6.45am 14.6 degrees feels like 13.2 it's quite mild, it's dark ... Graham is out and didn't take Nic as the drivers headlight is out - damn ! The beagle girls are up, blinds and doors open and I have a nice cup of tea. This morning I have a Meals on Wheels run at 9am then at midday I will pick up Josie from ...
... you going back to India and I say why not as other travellers travel back to the same countries more than once. Whatever your reason for travelling to India, whatever you do will be a memorable one from the beginning to the end. The Indian people are so friendly: the food is fantastic and the country has so much history. India is a very spiritual country that attracts people from all over the world seeking inner peace. Although most of India's one billion people ...
... all. Then it was on to Singleton and another gem, the “Putty Road.
The Putty Road runs from near Singleton to Windsor and follows a narrow river through rocky terrain where the road is chiselled out from the rocks on the side of the mountain. This is a back road of about 170km leading to Windsor, one of the western suburbs of Sydney. Always make sure you have enough fuel as there is nothing in between other than a couple of rest stops. ...
... was hot. I had never felt a hot wind before it felt strange but at the same time it felt good.
That’s how it started, we gained a sister after a few years and now there’s many more, 4 generations. Thanks to one brave couple.
Now it’s time to celebrate. We have one whole year to plan the fiftieth anniversary celebration to make it the best ever. so let’s have some suggestions. I vote for a full re-enactment. But let’s hear from you.