Gra Nomad Wanderings

Tuesday, June 02, 2009


As you can see, we squeze the avan in beside the house. Vehicles just make it into the garages! Wish Ian would come and do some gardening! We've been here for 10 days!

A few trophies found during reopening of the boxes: my plate and sugar bowl tennis trophies from 1957, (won 3 comps and B2 singles, mixed and mens doubles), the Ingleburn Cricket Club pewter won by my Dad, Jack, for winning the 1952-53 Batting and Bowling Aggregates.

The "deck" is shaping up now with my USA collection up on view. A good area to hand the wet washing. Been a fair bit of rain here but also in many places throughout NSW. Thanks Lord.
Another view of the back deck. That's the dining room window closest (on left).

The treasurer busy paying the bills via the internet. She does a great job. She is at the kitchen bench... well at least she was when this photo was taken.

The sound and games cupboard should get sorted out tonight. Looks like a burglar's been through the place.... well, parts of it. Does that black record (vinyl) look familiar? Ferrante and Teicher EXODUS, then Don Costa NEVER ON A SUNDAY, then F & T again with theme from THE APARTMENT, then MAGNIFICENT SEVEN etc. The LP is over 40 years old. Still going strong through our sound system. Now, how can we put these vinyl music onto CDs or DVDs?
If you can help, please get in touch!!!!! [Should be easy these days!]


At 7:50 PM, Blogger Margaret Keast said...

turntables that connect to your computer via a USB port. or you can ask Yos - how do you think you enjoyed all that PP&M as a roadie without her being able to to do that?

At 12:40 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Great to see you both settling in to your new home.Looks great.
I have also seen the turntables that allow you put your records to cd's.Places like Jaycar and Dicksmith stock them.


At 6:31 PM, Blogger Keasty said...

Thanks Marg and Kerry. That's the worst thing about being old.... you don't know how to do all this technical stuff.


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