We were invited to our great nieces wedding, which was to be held in the garden at the home of friend of theirs . as it was located several kilometres out of town and drinks and nibbles were going to be served out there while the bride and groom had their photographs taken, they hired a courtesy bus to take the guests to and from the wedding ceremony to the reception.. We were all surprised to see it was the double decker red party bus.
The ceremony area was set up beautifully,
The wedding cake was simple and stunning, it was used as dessert.
It was a gorgeous wedding, and we were honoured to be invited, our cute little red headed niece has grown up to be a beautiful young woman and made a truly gorgeous bride.
We returned home for a few days and caught up on a few things, Brian added a new power inverter to our caravan so that I can successfully run n my CPAP machine throughout the night when we are not on powered sites and are dependent on our battery supply.
We headed off again!,
We were the first of our group to arrive and selected a good campsite, which for the first few hours we felt quite alone,
The was a display of over 100 vintage cars down in the main street,
Brian and the other men loved looking at all the beautiful old cars.
We had a wonderful weekend, Trundle volunteers do a truly amazing job in organizing this brilliant festival, This year they made some changes to the program which we and many people we spoke to agreed wasn't really for the best and I hope that they revise these changes next year, Some changes they made were definately for the better, and I realize that things can't always stay the same.
When we left Trundle we made a detour to our eldest daughter's home to celebrate the 5th birthday of our sweet granddaughter.
We cooked cupcakes and decorated them.
We got a couple of photos while we were there to record the four generations together.
I tried something new that I had been wanting to do, canning corned beef chunks.
It's been a fairly hectic few weeks, and I think the next few will be equally as busy.
Today I attended the "Biggest Morning Tea" in town and it was well attended by locals and some visiting travellers, The organizers raised a very healthy $1000 or more, well done to the volunteers who ran the morning. The Cancer Council will be glad of that generous donation .
So until we meet again down the road,
Take care of you and yours,
Jane and Brian.