Turning into a rural travel blog

Silo

As the kids had a curriculum day today (no school, teachers plan the curriculum) we stayed in the country for a long weekend. We enjoyed the slower pace, the space, as well as catching up with family, and catching the local footy (Aussie Rules of course – this is Victoria).

Of course I took along the camera and took more photos of the area where my husband grew up.

PeppercornsBig Gum

on the left are some Peppercorns and on the right is a magnificent eucalyptus.

Here is a view of his home town, which is in the north of Victoria.

Town

And, because I can’t help myself, here is another sunset.

Sunset

Hopefully my next post will be some sewing/creating.

One thought on “Turning into a rural travel blog

  1. Beautiful photos! I love small country towns – the way the sun lights up the old red brickwork, the tumbledown fences – and that puffing billy train sign in front of the hidden village is so whimsical! How lucky you are to have such a nice place to visit!

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