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Celebrating our 47th wedding anniversary - 2016  

Celebrating our 47th wedding anniversary - 2016

Norfolk Island ... then and now ...

May 3rd 2018
Just as well we had come for a relaxing holiday as, next morning, we were up at 5am for our 3.5km “bushwalk” which was really a hike, whichever way you wanted to look at it! 😊 Larry Quintal was our guide – 6th generation “Bounty” mutineer descendant. With tongue-in-cheek and a twinkle in his eye, he said, “you Australians are descendants of convicts but, there is no convict blo ... read more
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Australian Flag Aboriginal settlers arrived on the continent from Southeast Asia about 40,000 years before the first Europeans began exploration in the 17th century. No formal territorial claims were made until 1770, when Capt. James COOK took possession in the name... ... read more
3rd May 2018

Well done
Our 37th is coming up so well done for your 47th in 2016 as this great pic shows...50th next year...gotta plan for a big event for that one!
4th May 2018

Norfolk Re-visited ...
Hi Dave, Time may have moved on but, Norfolk has retained is charm, just the same. Some things may have changed but, not the people or the stunning scenery and, the pace of life is real island life - so laid back. :) So much history there, as well which, thankfully, has been so well preserved. Australia's roots are there and, shame on us as a population, if we don't protect such places and, yes, you can still buy Norfolk Is stamps or, you could when we were there. :) Our 50th comes up in January - have our thinking caps on. Also, congratulations on your upcoming 37th. Well done! J xox

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