About six months ago we found Wordscape.

A game which is now loaded on to all devices.

Above are the scrambled letters

for today’s Daily Puzzle.

Daily Puzzles are simpler versions

of the game’s many levels,

but have to be completed prior to

continuing with the main game.

Our youngest stated that these are not hard words

and I have to agree with him.

However, it is the scrambled manner in which

they are presented which makes

the grey matter go into over drive at times.  🙂 


Fandango’s One Word Challenge:  Scramble



Twelve months ago…

…we had completed our flight to Coldfoot (Alaska)…



…visited Wiseman, inside the Arctic Circle…


…and were preparing for our journey home to Australia.

After all the preparation and organising,

our vacation was over.


Word of the Day Challenge: Vacation










Some French views.

Beginning with a German Military Cemetery

at Rancourt.

There is 11,442 soldiers lying at rest here.

 This cemetery appears to have far fewer graves

here than other similar sized cemeteries,

because each headstone

represents three soldiers.


A beautiful drive in the French countryside.


Approaching Quennemont Farm Military Cemetery

for American soldiers of The Great War.


A Photo a Week Challenge: View





a sheet of information in the form of a table,
graph, or diagram.

When I hear the word ‘chart’ I think of this type of diagram.

Although I think they were called graphs

(this one a line graph)

back in my school days.

The beauty of a chart is that, in this format,

it can represent just about anything. 

It could represent, to name but a few:

The grams of wool twenty five sheep produced.   

The price of houses over a twenty five day/week/month/year period.

The price of shares over a period of time.


Fandango’s One Word Challenge:  Chart





I have been wanting an excuse…

…to post some photos from

Quennemont Farm Cemetery

for First World War soldiers

from the United States army.

I think the photos…




…are full of…




…and angles.


Cee’s Black & White Challenge:  Lines-Angles



Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge-Three


African threes this week.

The Matriarch


A road block…and two sets of threes

Zebras really know how to posse for tourists.


Three mongoose, or should that be mongeese?

On watch.