We have been in OZ for over a month now and its been pretty hectic. Firstly there was the round with the medicos and programming for Davids treatment. All the treatment so far seems to be working as planned and the outlook remains good
Our first priority after initial round with doctors was to buy a car of some description. After several days of searching and haggling we bagged a Holden Commodore waggon. Its been great so far. Lots of km but not really old. 7 years.
|Savannaha's first Pony Club Rally on Jane.|
Jason and Ferne, his wife, and two daughters. Helped with the new veranda for a couple of days. Savannah, 4 years, participated in her first Pony Club Rally with her pony Jane. Lily, 12 years, went off to a Gymkhana in Albany with Freckles and swept the field, arriving home with the high point trophy and a bag of loot. Ferne is as busy as ever with horses to be worked or broken-in for number of clients. Jason is getting ready for harvest and a busy hot season ahead, with big crops forecast.
|The team. Jason Kerry and David finished laying the retaining blocks for the veranda|
|Grey Nomads on the Road|
|Wild flowers at Cape Riche|
This week we spent a couple of nights with Ann-Marie in Fremantle which was fabulous. I had a couple of visits to a specialist to consult on a troublesome shoulder injury I sustained in February, and he has decided that cortisone and exercise with be sufficient. Thankfully no surgery!
|23 ton of Paving tiles packed and wrapped for the veranda|
Davids mum Joan, is planning to move back to Albany so we are spending quite a lot of time staying with her in Guildford to try to help here sort out the move. A big job at 88!