Archive for the ‘Walking’ Category

Berlin

Posted: February 20, 2021 in Walking
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3 years to the day since we farewelled Tom before he headed off to study and live in Berlin.
We were overdue for a catchup, so we’re back! Hi Tom!

Darling St, Balmain
3 years ago to the day

Crete

Posted: February 14, 2021 in Walking
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A bit cooler than last time we were here. And fewer restaurants… must be COVID

Oxford

Posted: February 6, 2021 in Sydney, Walking
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Beautiful Oxford. We were last here in 2016/17. Home of the University of Oxford, the oldest university in the English speaking world. And close to the more contemporary Macquarie University.

We need to get to Norfolk Island one day 🙂
Oxford’s changing. Unrecognisable to many from previous generations.

We decided to stay in France this weekend, and re-visited lovely Avignon.

Auburn – Duck River

Posted: January 1, 2021 in dogs, Walking
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The council has done a pretty good job at creating a walk along the Duck River. Level, wide, good access. Will be better when the river continues to get cleaned up, but until then… really?… people fishing? Glad I’m not going to his place for a BBQ!

Hunters Hill in spring and the Jacarandas are out. Just beautiful.

Huskisson to Valentia

Posted: November 30, 2020 in dogs, Walking
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Holidays!

We walked the beachside path (no off leash) from Huskisson to Valentia and back.

4km level path. Lovely 🙂

I’ve said this a number of times before – I’ve lived around here for 40 odd years and never been for a walk through here.

I don’t think we have ever seen so many termite nests!

There’s a great path right around the lagoon at Narrabeen on Sydney’s northern beaches.

A busy path, lots of walkers and bike riders.

7 or 8 kilometres.

 

Lived in this area for years and didn’t know about this lovely little sanctuary, littered with possum boxes, bird nesting boxes and more.

 

Running just near the train line, opposite Sommerville Oval.

 

Gorgeous.