Our train ride up Switzerland’s…
…did not take us to the apex.
There were two fairly steep walks left to attain
the full 1,798 metre height of the mountain.
While I did not hurry there were
spectacular views as we walked up.
Upon arriving at the summit the views…
of Lake Lucerne we equally…
After ten or fifteen minutes it was time
to return to the gift shop level.
The walk back seemed more difficult
than the walk up, thanks to a football injury
to my knee in the early 1970s.
Definitely worth the effort though.
The manufacturer calls this colour ‘Jaffa’.
Most people refer to it as orange.
It is one of the last cars manufactured in Australia,
by General Motors Holden.
A pink Galah.
Often people who do something silly
are called galahs also.
Not sure where I found this
or what it is supposed to be,
however, it is orange.
Macaroons are always yummy.
Just not healthy.
A motor scooter in Melbourne.
I believe this photo was taken in Florence.
Just cannot remember if the bag
was for sale or
owned by a fellow traveller.
The other option was that it fell into the:
‘...Darling this matches my shoes…
and it’s only 1,000 Euro...’
Captured in Lucerne, Switzerland.
during our visit…
a volcanic cone,
one of the many in Western Victoria.
I have never been to the top of Mt Elephant
but driven past it hundreds of times in my life.
From the top of Mt Rigi
overlooking Lake Lucerne.
from Grouse Mountain,
on a Nice beach.