Palm Sunday, 14 April, 2019

Peter took some pictures with his phone during our last trip. He inserted them for me in Dropbox. Some of these Dropbox pictures I want to publish here now.

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Peter took these sunrise pictures in Gundagai on Saturday, the 6th of April.

From Gundagai it was not very far to drive to Benalla. So, we arrived there at our son’s place around lunch time. After a beautiful lunch we were taken to Benalla’s Art Gallery, where Peter took the following pictures of a very interesting exhibition.

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http://www.benallaartgallery.com.au/

https://www.victorianplaces.com.au/bridge-over-broken-river-benalla

https://www.whereis.com/vic/benalla-3672/1-bridge-st

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Last Tuesday we  drove back to Gundagai and had a beautiful lunch at the Bistro of the Gundagai Hotel
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Unfortunately this was closed last Wednesday when we stopped there for a while on our way home.

https://www.facebook.com/ThePictureHouseGalleryBookshop/

Gunning is an interesting little town.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gunning,_New_South_Wales

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Our next stop on the way home was Belmore Park in Goulburn.

https://www.tripadvisor.com.au/Attraction_Review-g255321-d4372897-Reviews-Belmore_Park-Goulburn_New_South_Wales.html

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And this last picture is a famous Wall Painting in Benalla. I believe it has been there for a few years.

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http://www.benallastreetart.com.au/murals

 

2 thoughts on “Palm Sunday, 14 April, 2019

  1. What lovely photos Peter took! Thank you for letting us enjoy them!
    Looks like you all had such a wonderful time!
    Those sunrise photos are breathtaking!
    And I love the big trees. And the mural. I love street art and murals.
    (((HUGS))) 🙂

    1. Carolyn, thanks for commenting. We always have a good time, when we stay for a while at our son’s place in Ballina. 🙂
      Unfortunately, They’re running out of water there. If they do not get some proper rain soon, there’ll be no water at all. Their water storage just wont last much longer without proper rain!
      While this is going on in Victoria, they had some severe floods in Queensland . . . .
      So, we’re back home now, and this is good. 🙂

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