First walk in the beautiful new Memorial Bridge, leading to the cenotaph for the 11/11 ceremony
A slow walk through beautiful South Hobart on my way to see the surgeon about removing the pesky screws which are threatening to burst out through my heel from the inside...
My Nicky looks good in my hat (very cheaply bought in the Philippines)
Pete doesn’t like cats...but they like him!!
Fusion Point indeed...out for a quiet Monday Manly brunch with friends when CRASH BANG WALLOP!!! Fortunately nobody was on the footpath, and the car stopped a finger’s width from the window. Three cars smashed but nobody hurt and everyone in the cafe simultaneously alarmed and entertained.
On the Manly ferry in the wind
Beautiful birthday girl sister-in-law plus youngest brother who gave the BEST speech!
Pete and one of his (grand)dogs - beautiful Winston!
Pete so happy to meet Flynn Headlam, #10 grandchild
I have started walking along the mountain tracks again. Not quite singing valderi valdera...and I am moving very slowly, with both crutches. But... the mountain tracks are so beautiful and I am very happy to be reclaiming a bit of mobility.
Jeff and me at the swimming carnival on a glorious sunny Monday. Both wearing navy blue hats; mine is posher!
Grandfather and grandson in matchy matchy outfits (blue jeans, navy tops) happily engaged in horsey game
Pete on full alert watching the rugby (England vs Australia)
My father would have been horrified...so many broken bones in his offspring and grandchildren! Max: vertebra, foot, elbow Leo: radius and ulna Marguerite: heel
Leo came home from being plastered at the Royal Hobart Hospital last night. They were wonderful; he was so brave; I was so proud.
This is how I get down stairs...backwards! And if there isn’t a railing, backwards on all fours like a baboon...
Leo came in half way through an enjoyable muddy ride on the mountain tracks
Headlams on the news! They had a nice long time slot to explain why the TASSAL hatchery right next to the farm is a problem. And my Thomas grandchildren are thrilled to bits that Pete said “buggered” on national television!