Locally it has to be Griffin Gully Pier
over looking Geelong’s
I missed out on visiting Butchart Gardens in 1976.
The wait was long but certainly worth it
when we visited in 2018.
Accommodation during my 1976 visit to Banff
consisted of a sleeping bag and a small tent.
Forty-two years later and a lot more comfort
and more memories
…a St Patrick’s Day…
Just read your post Terri and realised
there was a reason why you chose ‘green’ 😄
I may be stretching the terms
doors and doorways this week.
Still in Canada’s
Still in the Butchart Gardens,
this first image is a doorway leads us to
the Japanese Garden.
The gateway between old and new
Finally, a fair dinkum doorway
taken from our horse and carriage
ride around Victoria.
Water images from
The Ross Fountain in the Butchart Gardens.
It reminded me of a mini version of
the Dubai Mall Fountain
I didn’t think of it at the time, however…
….I really wish I had taken a ride
on the H2O Taxi…just for fun.
I am inclined to suggest that any journey
originating in Australia and visiting
the northern hemisphere
could be described as an ‘Odyssey’.
Last year’s travel to Canada took us about
16 hours flying time to reach Vancouver Island
an event we had not counted on.
Our sled ride on the Mendenhall Glacier was wonderful.
Followed by the Red Carpet treatment
when boarding our
Gold Leaf Carriage.
Our Final day, not included in the tour,
was a visit to Wiseman,
a very small township
inside the Arctic Circle.
Two photos which are both
African Hawk-Eagle soars above me
in Kruger National Park.