Saturday, 10 August 2013


Our first stop was at Murrumburrah to check out the patchwork shop and some lunch. We also checked out the Which Craft & Coffee Shop - found some lovely handmade crafts here by artisans who are members of the co-op that runs the Shop.
The side walk in part of the Murrumburrah main street - the sloping street has
has been levelled with decking and steps - so much easier
to walk along and window shop!!

My 2 passengers (friend Dorothy & my mum Josie) standing in front of the
Patchwork Shop - the grins are because they were a bit chuffed about
their purchases just minutes before!!

A beautiful sunny day in Canberra today. This is a huge ball suspended between
the buildings at the National Gallery.
Above and below are two sculptures on the lawns of the National Gallery.

And below is the entrance to the National Gallery. This was the last photo I took as we
were instructed not to take any photos of Turners works or any photos
within the exhibition area.
It was interesting to see what the exhibition was all about but personally Turners art
does absolutely nothing for me. My mother (the artist) enjoyed
the exhibition but much preferred Monet's style (whose exhibition she
seen in Melbourne a month ago)
Tomorrow we are off to the Craft & Quilt Exhibition before heading off to Wagga.
I am sure I will have lots of photos to show you tomorrow night!


  1. you girls are having heaps of fun,great pics,xx

  2. Sounds like you are having a lovely time. Enjoy the show and the rest of the trip.

  3. Hi Kerrie,
    You gals sure must've enjoyed yourselves, especially a trip to the craft shop and all those lovely purchases.
    Cheers, Anita.

  4. Lovely photos enjoy the rest of your trip :-)))


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