Cee’s-Hunt4Joy-Wear-Bright-Colours

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This was a difficult challenge for me…

…because I generally don’t point my

camera at people.

I have managed to find suitable background

and bright colours…..


…along with some long range surfing brights.

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Perhaps my favourite surfing shot

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Cee’s-Hunt-for-Joy-Challenge:  Wear-Bright-Colors

Book Review-Redemption-Point

 

Redemption Point

(Crimson Lake #2)

by

Candice Fox

Redemption Point is the second of the Crimson Lake series, by Candice Fox.  Former Detective, Ted (accused of assaulting a thirteen year old girl) and Amanda, Cairns resident and convicted murderer (and now private investigator) joined forces in book one of the series, to solve vases in Cairns where Ted had fled to after his charges were put on hold..

Along with local murders and trying to clear his name (for the alleged assault in Sydney) Ted is again kept busy during this fast paced book.  The introduction of paedophile, Kevin is almost too disturbing for words.

Again, narrator Lani Tupu is an excellent choice of narrator.  As mentioned in my Crimson Lake review his vocal range captures everyone to perfection especially the voice of the paedophile.  Just plain creepy!

I have rated

Redemption Point

as aaudio book.

Redemption Point (Crimson Lake #2)

Redemption Point

can be purchased on-line at 

Booktopia, Fishpond and Amazon

At the time of writing my review,

other Goodreads readers

had awarded

Redemption Point

an average of 4.17 stars

from 2,508 ratings

and 495 reviews.

SoCS — A Hole in His Sole

This, That, and The Other

F2FC3391-F53E-4A3D-BAF6-7EB1967F2939He was a very practical and pragmatic man who went to work each weekday morning. She was a very spiritual, religious woman who went to church service every weekday morning. On Sunday mornings, he would go play a round of golf. On Sunday mornings, she would go to Sunday church service.

This Sunday, when he had returned from his round of golf and she had returned from her church service, they were each dressing for that day’s traditional Sunday evening family dinner.

When he was almost finished dressing, he sighed and said aloud, “Oh God, I have a hole in my sole.”

Having heard what he said, she came up to him, sympathetically put her arm around his shoulder, and said, “My love, do not worry. Together we will get through this. Finish dressing, and meet me out front. I will take you to get your soul fixed.”

Grateful…

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Wits-End-Weekly-Prompt-Down-a-Random-Road

 

During our drive between Whakatane and Whangamata

which are almost at the opposite ends of

New Zealand’s Bay of Plenty…

we turned into a random turn off our main road

and discovered this small river/creek/stream.

Our New Zealand road trip was the first time we had

taken time to explore the randoms of the world.

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Wits End Weekly Prompt:  Down-a-Random-Road

Bloggers and Challenge Hosts

 

 

Since late August my computer has not acknowledged my avatar

and will not ‘like’ posts….

unless I use other browsers or a device

other than my desktop PC.

Which is a problem as my PC is my ‘goto’ device for blogging

and where I store and edit my photos.

While in New Zealand recently,

I left my PC with a computer doctor

who failed to analyse the problem.

Unfortunately I can drive a computer but not fix one.

If anyone has any ideas about why this occurs

please let me know.

 Update: Wednesday October 24, 2018.

 As has been mentioned by other bloggers

my iPad Safari browser is not registering ‘likes’.

 

Pic-and-Word-Challenge_Wk152_Fire

Toy
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Fire has many valuable uses…such as cooking our meals.

  However, if a campfire gets out of hand…

and grows…

that is when the red trucks roll.

In Dubai fire is used for entertainment.

A few years ago, in and around Geelong,

fire destroyed several churches.

At the time rumours suggested

it may nor have been an accident.

Even though there were no really bad fires nearby,

this was the scene in Western Victoria also a few back.

 California or USA’s Pacific Coast states would

probably have seen similar, or worse,

during the past few months.

Sadly, I believe many of these fires would be

significantly reduced if authorities would allow

fallen timber to be removed from forest areas.

173 Victorians perished in fires a few years back

which were deliberately started and

burned through heavily forested areas where

there had been no fuel reduction.

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Pic and Word Challenge: Fire