so I am taking you on a little nostalgia trip to the beautiful and
prosperous country town of Horsham, Victoria.
We like to make this our halfway house between Adelaide and
Melbourne, rather than over tax ourselves by doing the 700km
in one fell swoop.
I usually rise before the sun, take my camera and creep from
our motel room, taking care not to disturb the Prof. still gathering
strength for the road ahead.
I walk along the Wimmera river enjoying the light reflecting in the
water, then double back
past this charming old weatherboard house with its picket fence
that I have absolutely fallen in love with.
for an elderly witch to grow herbs and gain the respect of passing
school childrn . . . .
red letter box for the accomodation of His Majesty's mail.
Both now only of historical significance.
Thanks to the great job the MY WORLD Team do, we can all
share in pooling our favourite places.
I enjoyed my walk along with you as we looked at the beautiful scenery.Thanks and take care.ReplyDelete
What a delightful walk you've taken us on, Arija! Such lovely reflections and scenery and interesting information, too! Hope you're doing better each day! Take care and have a great week!ReplyDelete
Ja ein wonderschöner Rundgang in die Vergangenheit, hoffe, du bist bald wieder fitt für eine lange Tour.ReplyDelete
A beautiful journey down memory lane. Thank you for sharing your wonderful photos, Arija.ReplyDelete
be Well, be Happy ;)
Thank you for showing us your views of your trip!ReplyDelete
You said, you are rising before the sun, it made me smile, because our sun is rising now about 3am and setting about 11pm and never dark any more :)
Plenty of healthy and energy to you, Arija!
What a delightful place to stop and enjoy the surroundings!ReplyDelete
Happy to read you are on the mend and thanks for the little look into your world. Funny enough, we drove past our Horsham today on our way to Brighton.ReplyDelete
Perfectly idyllic Ma'am Arija!ReplyDelete
I can walk with you then...
Please get well soon!
(Australia: Nature's Gift)
I must make my way there some time! It looks so tranquil. I hope you're soon fully recovered.ReplyDelete
Great virtual trip, lovely captures.ReplyDelete
Beautiful spot to break a trip! The reflections in the water are gorgeous. I'm glad you are mending and hope you are traveling again soon!ReplyDelete
Thank you for taking us along!ReplyDelete
That poor neglected weatherboard house is enchanting! I hope the witch comes back soon to keep it from falling apart.
Hugs for you,
So glad to here you are on the mend.ReplyDelete
I love that old clapboard house and can see the good witches growing their herbs.
Wonderful walk! I love the reflection shots and the old house is delightful. I hope you'll soon be able to travel again.ReplyDelete
Hi Arija, questi posti sono incantevoli...ReplyDelete
Thanks for sharing with us your memories of a beautiful journey. The photos are wonder. Take care of yourself.ReplyDelete
Lovely photos of your walk. Take care of yourself!ReplyDelete
What a delightful tour. I enjoyed all of the sights you showed us. I hope that you will be much better soon. Take care, CarverReplyDelete
What a wonderful place to stay! I'm glad you are feeling better. I like the gate and house.ReplyDelete
thank you for the nostalgia post, I like your fantasy of the charming old weatherboard house! hee hee. wishing you vitality and full health!ReplyDelete
That's an incredible place. Thanks for the tour.ReplyDelete
I love taking this early morning stroll with you and seeing what you see. And you are right, that is such a charming house.ReplyDelete
Love to you. xoxo