There alphorns, and cow-bell-ringers, and the stunning green hills and blue mountains of the Santis greeted us.
Tahune Air Walk…
Now one thing one must know about the K-Team, they have to get their money’s worth. And true to form, that day, we did indeed receive value for our money.
Ouch! Something sharp bit into my bottom. I leapt two feet forward. Stiff shards of branches scratched my face. Rubbing both my rear end and face, I looked around to see what had pricked me.Read more "Lost City, More Adventures"
Every autumn, Dad and Mum picked berries while my brother and I, with our sieves, fished for yabbies and tadpoles. Once caught, we placed them in our glass jars to take home as pets. I liked to watch my tadpoles slowly turn into frogs, if they didn’t die or get eaten by our cats first.Read more "Story Behind the Painting (10)"
After breakfast, we bowed our heads, folded our hands, and prayed nothing would go wrong in our quest to conquer Mt. Woodroffe, the highest mountain in South Australia. Dad prayed that no one went astray, especially my brother.Read more "Story Behind the Painting (9)"
Plans for travel the 70-kilometres to Monarto went without a hitch. All the “hitches” happened weeks before.Read more "K-Team South Australia: Day 5"
No. 2 Son bolted. Now that we were at Ormiston, he wanted to see what it was about the place that Grandpa found so attractive.Read more "T-Team Revisited 2013: Remembering Dad"