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Photos from 2016
30th January, 2016. My Dad was staying with us for a bit & we took him up to the top of Mt Ainslie to see the view. Here are the pictures.
Betty & I went to the USA for our holidays in August. We visited San Francisco, Yosemite National Park, Reno & Sacramento. You can see the photos here.
8th October 2016. Betty & I went out to the Tulip Top Gardens, just north of Canberra. You can check out their website here. You can check out our photos here.
9th October 2016. Today we had an opportunity to assemble all my parents living descendants together for the first time in over 25 years. We did this at my Dad's place in Moss Vale today. A great time was had by all & many of us got to meet my great niece, the first Hocking great grand child, for the first time. You can check the photos out here.
6th December 2016. Betty Renee & I went with Heather & Jason to watch the cricket at Manuka oval after work. We saw a lovely sunset as well. Here are the photos!
28th December 2016. We flew down early Boxing Day morning to watch the first day of the Boxing Day test. We spend the next few days in Melbourne and one day we went to the Botanic Gardens. You can see the photos here.
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