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Photos from 2010
My little sister turned 50 early this year. Here are the pictures.
Then Renee turned 16. You can see some photos here.
During April we spent a couple of weeks down in Tasmania on holidays. You can see the pictures here.
On the first weekend of July, we went up to Orange to see Betty's sister & brother in law. It snowed on Mt Canobolas, (just outside of Orange), so we went up & had a look Sunday afternoon. The road to the top had been closed because of the snow, so we had to walk the last 2 kilometres to the top. You can see the pictures here.
Yesterday our son Jason married Heather Taylor in Wagga. You can see some photos here.
Last Sunday our church's Sunday School did their Christmas presentation in our morning church service. The photo's are here.
We spent Christmas with Betty's family in Orange. It wasn't very hot, so the air conditioner didn't get a work out. You can see the photos here.
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