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Signing out

sunny 23 °C

Well it is all over, finished, done, no more. It is a bit sad really. Coming back to Australia – I can marvel at the clear, blue sky, the colours of the earth and olive green vegetation. The roads are wide and the people friendly and they all have an accent! I am also reminded constantly how dry it is – water restrictions in force, a lot of dead or dying plants in the garden and a thick layer of dust on everything.

Life will get ‘back to normal’ whatever that is, with work, school and sport filling in the hours and giving direction instead of searching the internet for accommodation or flights, visiting museums, photography, drawing and eating out.

I would like to thank family and friends who followed our adventures from afar on this blog or in the newspaper articles. It has been very encouraging to find out people actually were interested in seeing what we were up to. I have enjoyed the writing and photography and because other people were reading it, I tried to get the information as accurate as possible.

The last thing I want to share with you are some of my drawings that I did in each location we visited.
Norfolk_Blakeney.jpgNorfolk_No.._Churdh.jpgNorfolk_No..thedral.jpg Northborough.jpgLondon_Roy..rt_Hall.jpg

Over and out


Posted by dworgan 20:44 Archived in Australia

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