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Tassie! Day 1-3 Sydney to Queenstown

Every so often Australia manages to have some public holidays conveniently close together. This year, Easter fell right next to the week of Anzac Day meaning 3 days of leave from work meant 10 days of holidays, the joy! 488 more words


Is This The Way To Aberystwyth?

Six months ago I swore to myself that I’d become an archer. And so it boils down to the first challenge: A battle against a rival university and a chance to prove to myself that I’m worthy of the bow… 4,162 more words

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Sphinx Hotel Geelong - Sat 1st June

The Sphinx Hotel, previously known as The Golf View Hotel-Motel, is a popular Geelong tourist attraction that is known worldwide. Owned and operated by The Ramia family for the last 47 yrs, the Egyptian inspired Sphinx is a premier venue for food and entertainment in the region. 89 more words

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Day 2

Along with this foray back into blogging, I have also decided to embrace Instagram stories to document this trip – quite a leap for someone who has barely posted anything other than pictures of fresh baked goods on any social media platform in over 5 years.  364 more words

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March Into Spring | 3.30.2019

March was a busy month for us. It seemed really long but ended quickly. It’s a fun month of birthdays and Spring Break so we stayed busy but managed to squeeze in our annual trip to see the poppys. 33 more words

Oklahoma is OK!

Yes, that is the license plate motto in Oklahoma. We visited to the National Weather Center in Norman. It is on the campus of OU and houses the school of meteorology as well as the government offices. 278 more words


Roads and bridges and tunnels - Oh my!

I live in the arid country of southern Arizona. We have bridges, but the go over washes, which are dry river beds that only have water during monsoon season. 254 more words