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2nd March, 2019. My Dad turned 85 this year, so we got all his descendants in the ACT & NSW to his place for a birthday party. We gave him a home cooked meal at his place prepared by Betty & my sister Peggy along with some assistance from various other family members. Here are the photos.
6th April 2019. Betty & I accepted her physiotherapist's challenge & walked up to top of Mount Ainslie from the car park behind the Canberra War Memorial. I took some photos from the top which can be seen here.
On the 20th of April, 2019, Betty & I walked up Mt Majura with my brother Stephen. You can see the photos here.
23rd April, 2019. Betty & I walked up Percival hill from our place, a return trip of around 6.5 kilometres. Here are the photos.
26th April, 2019. Today Betty & I walked up Mount Taylor which is located in South Canberra. It's apparently South Canberra's tallest hill. Here are the photos.
12th May 2019. Betty & I have just come back from a 60th birthday party in Penrith. We stayed up in the Blue Mountains at Springwood. Here are the pictures I took.
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