Another busy friday, first off Irene and I went shopping to restock the fridge
and cupboard,then in and out a few more shops as Irene wanted to buy her
Daughter a bithday present so she could take it home when they leave on
Sunday .Back home to put shopping away then Ron decided he would like
a pie from the Bakery ,you guessed it back to the bakery we all decided to
have hot pies for lunch ,then just finishing and 4 friends called in to invite me to
the opening of our bowling season on Tuesday which I excepted and also to see
if i had my results back So on went the kettle left them making cuppa's while I
went for my Doctors appointment . Well good news the growth was benign yipee!!!
dont have to have another colonoscopy for 12 months but still have to have
blood tests every 3 months and I see Oncololgist early November. So all the
Family and friends walking around with big smiles .
To finish off a few holiday shots .
A Pleasant afternoon spent at Crocodylus Park
Certainly one of the most dramatic parts of the tour, here we witness hungry saltwater crocodiles feeding.
A male Peacock in full plumage is surely among the most beautiful and spectacular The Black-necked Stork, or Jabiru, is the only stork found in Australia. Standing at a height of 129 - 137 cm, with black and white body plumage, glossy dark green and purple neck and massive black bill, it is easily distinguished from all other Australian birds. The legs are long and coral-red in colour. The female is distinguished by its yellow eye. Immature birds resemble adults, but the black plumage is replaced by brown and the white plumage is duskier.
are a large flightless bird and very shy but when cornered can lash out dangerously with their claws their feet possess a large inner claw which can be deadly.
Here i am holding 2 year old Crocodile its mouths taped
as it can cause a very nasty injury like loosing a finger or taking a large nice
chunk out of your hand