Last month I mentioned that we enjoy our beautiful sunrises but we didn't have any pictures. So, we captured some this month. I hope you enjoy our early morning views.
As you can see, they are spectacular. If you notice the fog coming down the river, it starts up river and slowly moves down to the coast. I always thought fog started at the coast and moved inland. Not here. The fog is called the Bridgewater Jerry. Back in history there was a boat by the name of Jerry and it traveled up and down the river as far as Bridgewater. So, I guess they named the fog after it. Interesting.
How do you celebrate Independence Day in a country that doesn't celebrate the same?
Cupcakes, of course. We shared them with office staff, home teaching families and our neighbors.
This area next to the archives is often filled with sea gulls finding any left-overs from lunches. The students, both old and young, often draw on the sidewalk and on a huge blackboard with chalk. There have been some quite good and interesting art work.
Australia is famous for their Ugg boots. Comfortable but no support for your feet.
A giant must have lost his boot!
Well, that's about it for this month. We are working on the last part of our current project, welfare of children. Tomorrow we will visit with a lady in the Justice Dept. and see how we will be managing the project that the Dept. wants us to image. Still no word about where we will be placed next. I think Mark Kelly hasn't made that decision yet. The two single sisters which were assigned to Adelaide have a permanent place in Melbourne now. We understand that the Church is sending filming equipment there for them. So, all is well and we keep busy and happy.