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Photos from 2014
2014 got off to a very slow start photo wise, but Betty & I went away for a weeks holiday at Noosa & Brisbane. You can see the photos here.
Friends from church, Stan & Joy married on the 3rd of May, 2014. Here are the photos.
Renee & I went up to Grafton for a friend of Renee's 21st. On the way home we caught with our new grand niece & Renee's 2nd cousin, Charlotte Baxter. Here are the pictures.
19 September 2014. We had the very great pleasure of attending & participating as the official celebrant in the wedding of our niece Eleanor to Russell Dady. The photos are here! Eleanor & Russell met through their mutual participation in forums regarding the book series, "The Wheel of Time". You can find out more about this book series here.
Mum turned 80 today. Here are the photos!
5th November 2014. While I was in Wagga today, I went to the Botanical Gardens & took some pictures to try out my macro lens & GPS unit. The pictures are here.
Christmas 2014 has been & gone. This year we spent Christmas in Orange with Betty's side of the family . Here are the pictures.
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