This picture was also taken on my recent ferry trip across Port Stephens from Tea Gardens to Nelson Bay. This is the dredge that is removing sand from the rapidly choking channel of the Myall River.
Undoubtedly the majority of people who come across this posting will already be users of Facebook or at least have heard of Facebook. So why do I want to post a link to Facebook as today’s URL? That’s a very good question and I have a simple answer to it.
Over the years friends have come and friends have gone. In the time since I started to use Facebook, I have been able to re-establish contact with so many people that have been my friends over the years. Today, I have been able to reconnect with another friend from the past – so, this is the reason for posting Facebook as today’s URL. It is a great tool for maintaining friendships and for re-establishing friendships from the past.
Barrington Tops Trek: October 2003
The video below is of photos taken during a trek across the Barrington Tops National Park in October 2003.
Barrington Tops Trek: October 1996
The video below is made up of photos taken during a trek across the Barrington Tops National Park in New South Wales, Australia, during October 1996.
Tapin Tops View
Newcastle – Custom’s House
Here is a beautiful old building in Newcastle – Custom’s House. Across the road from the Newcastle Railway Station, this wonderful building is a landmark in it’s own right. Sadly, another old building in Newcastle that could be considered beautiful has been run into the ground so to speak – the Post Office.
Custom’s House is now occupied by a restaurant and what a beautiful location – right on the foreshore of Newcastle’s picturesque parkland area.
Whenever I catch a bus to Newcastle – I spend a bit of time here in the park in front of Custom’s House. The bus stop for the return trip (and the arrival stop) is right next to the train station and opposite this magnificent building and parkland area. It is a great little spot to pass the time while waiting for the bus.