Cameron St Birchgrove

Posted: August 5, 2018 in Uncategorized

Cameron is one of nephews who is getting married to Eliza next week, so a good time to walk Cameron St. on a glorious winter morning.

Birchgrove is a fabulous suburb, so close to the city with a wide range of off-leash dog parks with harbour access. We could very easily downsize to here.

As we’ve found in previous years, a great variety of little pubs and cafes too.

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Julie St, Nth Ryde

Posted: June 10, 2018 in Sydney Streets
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Julie is my brother Geoff’s wife.

Some welcome rain over the long weekend didn’t dampen our spirits. We parked the car near Julie St and walked towards Macquarie University along the path that follows Shrimpton Creek.

Breakie at a cafe (who’d have thought a dog would be keen for pickled turnip?!) and we made it back without needing to use the umbrellas.

Keith St, Clovelly

Posted: June 3, 2018 in Sydney Streets
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Keith was Robyn’s father, a great man who I know treated me like his own.
His birthday was last week, and were he still alive he would have been 92.

Clovelly is a small suburb, so like all streets, it’s near the beach.

Emanuel is a lovely family member who lives near Kathy and David on the Gold Coast.

Emanuel is worth visiting. The Gold Coast is worth a visit. Emanuel Lane is not worth visiting!

 

Bailey St, Newtown

Posted: May 22, 2018 in Sydney Streets
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Bummer! Bailey St, a funky little street that runs between Newtown and Enmore, doesn’t have a sign! Disappointing!
(Bailey is the dog BTW!)

It’s not far from The Courthouse Hotel though, so that’s a good thing!

The weekend of Mothers’ Day here in Australia – what better street to walk than Patricia; my mother-in-law who loved me and treated me like her own son.

 

Too beautiful today not to go for a walk – 24 degrees with a blue sky and no breeze.

We met my oldest sister Annie and her husband Stephen (yet to be walked) for breakfast at The Incinerator at Willoughby and then walked Ann St.

A catch-up with my brother Geoff (and Julie and Georgia)

Walked past an old friend’s place as well as where Catherine once lived.

Lovely day.