This blog is now dedicated to my dear husband and adventurous travel partner, Frank, who has passed away in January 2013. When I travel now, he travels with me in my thoughts. I miss him dearly. The geocaching part of our travels is also still part of my life and I hope to update regularly.
What a marvellous start of the morning. After our shower we get bacon and eggs for
breakfast. More washing needs to be done
and the weather is perfect for a quick dry, so I can fold and put all the
clothes away in no time.
Rhond (and me sitting on the stairs)
In the afternoon Rhonda takes us to Wangaratta where we do
some shopping at Aldi and IGA and fill up the gas for cooking. On the way back we stop off at a cherry farm
which Patricia had seen the day before.
We treat ourselves with a kilo of the sweetest cherries. It’s a real treat for us, considering that we
live in the warm north and cherries, if they are available at all, are
generally import from the USA and very expensive.
The lady with the cherries
When we come back Patricia gets her bowling balls out and we
play a game of bowls on the lawn till Rhonda discovers that the apricots on her
tree are ripe, so that puts an end to our game, because we all want to taste
the fresh apricots.
Dinner is fit for a king again. Rhonda used the left-over duck to make
delicious vol-au-vents and Bob made perfect crinkle cut hot chips. Yummy...
After watching TV briefly I took off to bed early to give
Rhonda and Patricia some time to talk about old times.