Sunday, 22 April 2012

 Sunday's run, after a cooked big breakfast, was to Thomson Dam, the water supply for Melbourne.
It is at about 58 per cent. First time we have visited this part of the state we live in.

 We travelled through Baw Baw National Park, notice DH did not wish to be left behind and I had take some pics through the windscreen, of the car..

 Walhalla, was our lunch destination, it was the last township in Victoria to be connected to the power grid., the year 1998. It has a population of 20 and was founded in 1863 during the gold rush.

 Such a pretty place to be, however being Sunday it was packed with tourists, we were unable to visit the shops.
 The Wally Pub, we had a top lunch..
 For many years, I have had a deep love of the tree fern's, at our old place, I had planted 8 along our back verandah.
 On the way home, a quick trip to Yarragon for a cuppa and a visit to one of my favourite patchwork shops. Candleberry Country, little sister and I have attended many workshops here.
Hmmmm homewood bound, and look at the weather we were heading into......

Sla├▒, O'faigh.


Merilyn said...

What great photos Lyn, thanks so much for sharing them, looks like you had great weather for your trip!!! Love those Cortinas, be still my heart, 'cos you know I love vintage cars LOL!!!!!

retdairyqueen said...

Hubby worked at the Thomson dam during it's construction
I love visiting the places you have just been

KaHolly said...

How nice to see pics showing your little corner of the world!! Glad you had a nice day out!