We arrived back in Australia in January after a very sad departure from Vancouver, Canada. We spent a week saying goodbye to lots of friends and enjoying a last bit of snow at Whistler. In some ways it feels as though we have never left Australia. Most aspects of life are very similar to that … Continue reading Back in Australia
Haven't heard of Valley of Fire? I am not surprised - it wasn't on our original itinerary and we tossed up whether to go. It is "just" a state park, but it was probably one of my top 5 things we saw on our trip. To get there take a drive east along the 167 … Continue reading Valley of Fire, Nevada
If you have been reading this blog for a while, I am sure you know we enjoy living here! You may also know that we are heading home to Melbourne very soon (next week). I have previously written about the things we love about North Vancouver, so I will miss those things, but here are a … Continue reading Things I am going to miss about Canada
One church in the snow - two different perspectives taken at the same time. The direction of lighting makes such a difference. I think I prefer the one with the sun behind me. Which one do you like better?
Before embarking on our big USA trip in Autumn, a wise friend of ours (hello Wendy!) recommended we should stop in and see any National Monuments we could. We discovered while we were away the National monument is code for "Will be a LOT less busy than National Parks". They also have a little less … Continue reading Cedar Breaks National Monument
What a difference a couple of months make! Pretty any any weather though!
Here is an assortment of my favourite photos from this year, although I am not entirely sure if they are the best of this year - its too hard to choose! If I were to do this again, it is likely I would come up with a list that is at least 50% different! There … Continue reading Top 16 of 2016