1994 to 2001 in Pictures

This picture is probably from early 1995
This picture is probably from early 1995

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One of the twins with Natasha
One of the twins with Natasha
I think this is two year old Roxy
I think this is two year old Roxy
Ryan with Tashi,  Roxy, and Justine. Tristan in the foreground.
Ryan with Tashi, Roxy, and Justine. Tristan in the foreground.

I think this last picture was taken in September 1994 when we had just moved into our new home in Dapto. The hammock found room in our backyard. Ryan, one of the twins, would have been fifteen at the time.

In December 1999 Caroline turned twenty-one. We had lunch with the family and some of Caroline’s friends at a club. Later the family came to our place where the following picture was taken. Gaby is in her wheelchair. Her carer David can be seen in the left of the picture. Martin carries his daughter Lauren, who is only one and a half, Monika carries Krystal who is two. Roxy and Tashi are seven and eight.

Caroline, 21, stands in the back right next to Peter.
Caroline, 21, stands in the back right next to Peter.
Christmas 1999 : Bunte Teller, a Christmas treat which the children loved. In the picture 8 year old Tashi.
Christmas 1999 : Bunte Teller, a Christmas treat which the children loved. In the picture 8 year old Tashi.
This is near our holiday place at Sussex Inlet in early 1995. Tashi is 3 1/2.
This is near our holiday place at Sussex Inlet in early 1995. Tashi is 3 1/2.
There were always some friendly kangaroos around at Sussex Inlet.
There were always some friendly kangaroos around at Sussex Inlet.

In early 2001 Peter’s sister Ilse, who lives in Berlin, came to visit us for a few months. The following pictures were taken near that playground about 500 meters behind our house.

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14 thoughts on “1994 to 2001 in Pictures

  1. How nice to see some family photos spanning some time. What a great blogging idea. 🙂 Because you’ve previously shared photos of the family, it’s great fun to see some of the children as little ones. You have a wonderful family, Uta. 🙂

  2. Pictures with families are timeless. Watching them takes us back to happy memories, inspiring us to reach out and take time to reunite with them is we can. Thanks for sharing your blessings today. They are beautiful and priceless. God bless you and your family.

      1. Thanks for the comment, Gerard! 🙂
        Our children and grandchildren also all own a lot of pictures of bygone days. But for sure they would not look at them on a regular basis. My posts may remind them of certain times in their lives. For instance this little playground at the back of our home, I am so much looking forward to see Ryan’s little son Lucas trying it out! Visualising Lucas being there brings back memories of the grandchildren roaming about there. And how little time it took them to grow up! 🙂

  3. Hallo liebe Ute so schöne Bilder eine große und glückliche Familie sehr schön ich hoffe es geht dir gut.Wünsche dir einen schönen Mittwoch Nachmittag liebe Grüße von mir.Gislinde

    1. Seit wir 1959 nach Australien kamen hat unsere Familie ganz schön zugenommen, Gislinde. Wenn wir mit unseren Verwandten in Deutschland sprechen merke ich immer wie sie darüber staunen, dass wir so viele Kinder und Enkel haben. Keiner von unseren Verwandten in Deutschland hat so viele Kinder! Urenkel haben wir bis jetzt erst drei. Na, mal sehen, wie viele da noch dazu kommen werden! 🙂
      Liebe Grüsse zurück von Uta aus Australien.

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