Saturday, November 14, 2009

Peter's 40th

It was great having Peter over for his 40th birthday for a day and a half.

The day started with a sleep in and morning tea with Omi and after that we met up with the Killows in Kings Park where we had lunch.

And we cut the birthday cake and enjoyed a generous piece with a cup of coffee.

We needed another photo just for the record.

Well a couple of photos that is at Kings Park.

We returned home to enjoy 'bruine bonen met spek' for those in the know.

Tuesday, November 3, 2009

Showing Visitors around Perth

We had Ernie and Ruby Addicote from London staying with us for a few days so lots of photos were made here are some of them. Canning Dam and a picnic spot.

Going out requires a lot of eating so we also had fish and chips and salads in Fremantle.

Kings Park is a must for visitors so we had coffee there (Omi couldn't sleep well that night, not used to coffee at night) we felt like film stars having our picture taken where ever we went.

Saturday, October 10, 2009

New Life at 45 Forrest Road

The birds must like the enviroment in the back yard of 45 Forrest Road. The Doves have produced their second batch of two young in our stag horn. The New Holland Honey eaters have also produced two young in a bush along side the fence.

Just a little picture of our Geraldton wax as well.

Love Mum and Dad/Opa and Oma.


Mum Omi and I visited Kallaroo to wish Alister a happy 9th birthday.

Oma was happy to look at Alister's present which I am happy to say was not 'boring.'

Oma also helped Hannah with a knitting project while Omi looked on.

Friday, October 9, 2009

More travelling New Norsia and Gravity Discovery Centre

Mum Omi and I went for more sight seeing and went to New Norsia and visited the chapel and museum and viewed a few other buildings. Morning tea in Bindoon, lunch in Gin Gin and afternoon tea at the Gravity discovery Centre and there are a couple of photos to prove I went to the top of the leaning tower.

It is interesting at the Gravity Centre (which was very good) when the scientists have no answers they are happy to refer to the unknown as "The Hand of God'.

Thursday, October 8, 2009

Visiting York and standing outside the trooper's cottage

Mum Omi, Bernie and I travelled to York, Berverly and Brookton for a trip out. Highlight of York was the Court house and lock up.

Saturday, October 3, 2009

Visiting the Dams

We went visiting Wungong Dam to check the water level and it looks good. A week later we went for a picnic with Hannah and Alister to Churchman's Brook dam and the water is ready to overflow with the next shower.

Saturday, September 5, 2009

A few signs of Spring in Armadale

A couple of flowering pots in the patio. The doves have made a nest in the stag horn plant and there are two young birds in the nest.

Sunday, August 30, 2009

James' 13th Birthday

It was great being able to help James celebrate his 13th birthday. He is now officially a teenager. The apple tart Irene made for the occasion with whipped cream was delicious.

Tuesday, August 11, 2009

Wonderful Fauna and Flora in Armadale WA

We are blessed with some great wild flowers and birds. The Black Cockatoos pay us a visit regularly and wake Omi out of her midday nap.

Monday, July 27, 2009

Fishing updates from Brisbane and Sydney

Peter in Australia Post work mode with the children.

Received a couple of photos from Brisbane worth sharing and one from Sydney with David and a good Snapper catch.
The Brisbane team I was told all caught fish however no photos showing them.

Thursday, July 16, 2009

Omi's 89th Birthday

We praise the Lord that Omi is able to celebrate her 89th birthday. She has had cards, calls and best wishes from interstate and overseas. Birthday celebrations have been going on for a few days already.

Saturday, May 23, 2009

On the way home

On the way home we stopped at a couple of historic church buildings, one still in use the other going into disrepair.

The buildings may be decaying, but PTL He is building His Church, His people.

The Lily near Borden

We enjoyed a little taste of Holland near the Stirling Ranges. In the evenings we played scrabble.

The room we stayed in had the Dutch touch on the furniture and layout.

Bluff Knoll

The highest point in WA where at times we have snow on the mountain, for us it was just misty and a little rain.

More pictures from our travels down South

We also went on the tree top walk near Walpole amongst the giant 'Tingle Trees.'

40 meters up in the canopy amongst the birds

More pictures from our travels down South

Spending four days down South

Hi Everyone

Mum Omi and I took four days off to travel down the South West of WA.

We travelled from Bunbury to Busselton the next day on to Pemberton to see the giant Karri trees and on to Walpole then to Albany where we visted Sylvia Allen former ECM missionary to Spain.

Then on to Borden where we stayed at 'the Lily' where a real Dutch grain grinding wind mill was build and is in use.