Thursday, June 22, 2006

Mount Douglas Park and Durrance Lake, Victoria

The top picture is the roadway through Mount Douglas Park. I love the muted light through here - perfect for my too-pale blue eyes. You can click on the pictures to see them larger. Peter and I drove to Durrance Lake today where he did a little fly-fishing. It was a lovely day.


At 6:56 AM, Anonymous skint writer said...

nice series of posts Susan, you're becoming quite the pundit .

At 1:05 PM, Blogger Minx said...

A beautiful part of the world Susan, thank you.

At 3:19 PM, Anonymous Susan said...

Thanks Minx and Skint! And thanks for the comments. It's nice to know I've had callers - especially you two!

At 4:39 PM, Anonymous skint writer said...

you should get a sitemeter susan, you'd be surprised at who passes by

At 6:21 PM, Anonymous Susan said...

I'd like to do that actually, Skint, but I'm hopeless with all this stuff. Don't forget, I wouldn't be here at all if I hadn't literally fallen into it. One of these days I'll go, hat in hand, to Debra and ask for help with a sitemeter. I'm seriously afraid to do it all by myself because I screwed up royally even doing what Maxine called an 'easy' template change.

At 2:34 PM, Blogger Maxine said...

Love the pictures, Susan! What a gorgeous place.

I've recommended a book to you in another comment. It is a really nice book. (It is by a blogger so it would be, wouldn't it?)

I am glad you got the sitemeter installed. Well done.

All best

At 3:17 PM, Blogger Susan said...

I love this place, Maxine, I really do. You'd probably feel very much at home in my particular corner of the world because there's a strongly British atmosphere here, tempered of course by colonial casualness. It may have the best of both worlds because we're relatively 'civilized' but we're also relaxed enough to not have to worry about keeping up a 'front'. If I were to slip up with my behaviour or my grammar, it wouldn't matter a bit!


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