Whether it is taking public transport (train)… 

to Melbourne and back, or…

posting blog posts we all

are working to a schedule.

Kudu burning off some evening energy. 


As were these Springbok on the outskirts of Johannesburg. 

This was our introduction to African wildlife.


Fandango’s One Word Challenge: Schedule



A few years ago…

I drove past a new development and

just had to stop for a quick photo.

 Just in case you are having difficulty seeing the photo.

I really hope that not many new homes

are developed in this manner.


Fandango’s One Word Challenge: Develop



We became empty nesters a few years ago.The absence of school fees freed up a handy few dollars.

Life had suddenly become comfortable…so,

when planning our recent holiday

and the question was posed…

Gold or Silver Leaf on the Rocky Mountaineer?

The comfort of Gold Leaf sounded appealing.


Fandango’s One Word Challenge: Comfortable


My first thoughts for ‘wise’ was African owls.

An evening game drive produced this sight.

I’m sure it’s wondering what we were doing.

The Scops Owl.

The Pearl Spotted Owl.

All sighted in Kruger, or Greater National Park

Fandango’s-One-Word-Challenge: Wise