Monday, October 6, 2008

A little break in transmission!

It has been a busy school holidays with lots of projects on the go.

I have many, many things to show you and won't attempt to do it all in one post.

For now I will leave you with a few photos from our very relaxing holiday last week.

We went to one of my favourite places in the world.

Boroka Lookout - The Grampians

This was our house.

Our house in Halls Gap

Our house in Halls Gap

Our house in Halls Gap

And this was our backyard.

The Backyard at Halls Gap

We had visits from friendly locals.

Halls Gap visitor

And did lots of amazing walks.

The Balconies - The Grampians

Walking with the big girls

Silver Band Falls - The Grampians

Best Buddies

Chloe

We even did a little crafting.

Painting boomerangs

Holiday creations

And the girls favourite thing?

Patting a dingo puppy

Patting a dingo puppy!

So thank you Grampians, we are all feeling refreshed and ready for the rest of the year!

24 comments:

ginger said...

That looks like so much fun!

My (almost) two year old liked the dingo the best, too!

Katy said...

a dingo puppy? Ohhhh, I want one!!!!
Looks like you had an awesome time - the scenery is AMAZING!

prairiemama said...

What a beautiful vacation spot! I'd love to go there someday. That dingo was TOO cute!

trashalou said...

Loving that! As soon as I saw the forst landscape I knew where you were - many lovely memories of childhood holidays came flooding back. Added another one to the list of places to take my children at Christmas. Thanks :-)

amandajean said...

looks like a great holiday!

Jodie said...

Looks like you had a ball. It was great to have a mini catch up- meet your lovely girls and your very patient Mr Lululollylegs.

Melody said...

Makes you realise how beautiful our country is, doesn't it? Amazing.

a friend to knit with said...

gorgeous photos!
looks like a great time!
so glad you see you all, too!

Thimbleanna said...

Oh Louise -- that scenery is stunning! Although, I must say, that pic of your family on that balcony makes my afraid of heights side a bit nervous!

Chloe said...

I've just found your blog via Ricrac and I chose to click on it because I love the name :)
Your break looked like great fun and your visitor was pretty cool too!
The surroundings look like something from a film!

Cathy said...

It looks like a great get-away. Glad you had such a lovely time.
Cathy X

pinkflowerbuttons said...

Wow fabulous photos and fabulous holiday. The Grampians are awesome arent they?

christina said...

We had so much fun with the Lululollylegs gang at the Grampians. Thank you Louise for a wonderful holiday. The kids had a ball!

Christina xx

Kellie said...

Looks like you had a fantastic time! What a beautiful place. The girls look so very happy. Good to have you back all the same!

Lindsay said...

Lucky you, what a fantastic holiday!

Louise I just wanted to post that I didn't ever receive your apron, in case you did send and think me rude not to respond! If you haven't thats great as it means none of your lovely work has gone missing, I just really didn't want you to think how awful she hasn't gotten back to thank me.

Andi said...

Looks like a great holiday. I'm jealous.

broderie said...

i used to walk the grampians often 'when i was young'!!!!! can you imagine that, i agree it is one of the best places. i have many photos to prove it!!!!!!!

Sew Create It - Jane said...

Great pictures...I particularly like the one with the crafting table with all the paint splodges...

Suzie Sews said...

Amazing pictures, wow I can see why you love this place...talk about quality time...

periwinkle said...

what a gorgeous place - you couldn't fail to have agreat holiday there
lisa x

rousabout studio said...

I am from Horsham, I can see the gramps from my sewing room window (until the neighbours finish thier new house).. The icecreams are a must at stoney creek!! Great pictures..

lesley said...

What a beautiful place, I can see why it's your favourite! And you look like you all had soooooo much fun! xx

tiel said...

is this near Ararat? I went as a child and my husband worked on the wind turbines near here.

looks like a great family holiday.

Leah said...

Silverband Falls is my most favourite place in the World! Your blog is awesome by the way.
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