In September we enjoyed a weeks holiday in Surfers Paradise, Queensland.
 The view from our self contained apartment showcased the river one side and the beach the other.
 We visited a wildlife park and did a tree top walk in the rainforest, both of which were lovely.
 Possibly the most exciting (and exhausting) was visiting Sea World, which was very busy but had
lots to see and do.  
The kids only wanted to go to this theme park.  They really wanted to see the new
polar bear cub. It took four visits to his enclosure and we finally struck him awake, creating havoc with a ball, bashing into the trees and having glorious destructive, only a toddler could fathom type fun. 
There was also plenty of time to relax on the beach, watch someone elses kids teach yours to body surf while they made friends, play beach cricket and dig holes in the sand.
Then the lovely week came to an end.  
There was some stitching (but far more reading) but its hard to see the progress on wool applique, trust me, it doesn't warrant a photo!
Happy quilting, Sue

2 comments:

  1. Glad you and your family had a wonderful holiday.

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  2. Glad you had fun..... lots to do there...
    Hugz

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