Kim, Jacob and Emma came to Fremantle for about one week in January to meet up with a past exchange student friend from Sweden. I spent the day with them visiting the museum and travelling on the CAT buses around town. walked along the banks of the Swan River and found a delightful quiet spot …
We spent the evening with Bill and Sally Lambe looking out over the Swan River as the sun was setting over the ocean behind us illuminating all the city sky line with glorious colour. This, our annual get together to swap family news and events was a real pleasant way to have fun together.
The Stanley Family, Chris, Kim, Jacob, and Emma have been to Perth some three times in 2018 during which visits we have been able to catch up. On one visit they stayed in a mobile home in Cherokee Village. The Photos tell some of the stories. ” template=”/home3/kenanda1/public_html/wp-content/plugins/nextgen-gallery/products/photocrati_nextgen/modules/ngglegacy/view/gallery-caption.php” order_by=”sortorder” order_direction=”ASC” returns=”included” maximum_entity_count=”500″] The purpose of …
Beautiful Spring afternoon. What better than a Bush walk.
Today, Nick left to live in Melbourne.
In 1957 John Wilson and family moved to Cliftonville from Birchington to a much needed larger home and a new business for the whole family. The photos, taken in August 2018 by Guy WIlson show some features of the building and it’s interior
Ken went to the UK to visit Nicholas and the rest of the family following reports of Nicholas’s health decline while visiting family.
Guy and Ken went for a three day trek to Suffolk, the homeland of our forebears on the Wade side of the family. We went to Bury St Edmunds, Saxmundham, and then on to Aldeburgh by the sea. Then to Woodbridge and East bergholt on the way back to Margate. The trip was in Guy’s …
My last day in England started out in Kettering. Paul has Mini-Stroke Paul awoke in the morning after very heavy sleeping and was unable to work with his right hand.
A day out in Bedford was in fact a second adventure into this quite small; but historically significant town.