My blog has been rather quiet for the last week or so.
The reason is just under a week ago I was up well before dawn to head down to the regional airport at Coffs Harbour.
I snapped this with my phone before I boarded, yes that is the sun coming up behind the De Haviland Dash-8 I flew to Sydney for a conference.
So I was in Sydney for a few days before heading home on Friday. My conference ended a couple of hours before my home-bound flight.
Things got a bit stressful for a while as I tried calling a taxi. A rainy Friday afternoon and after 30 minutes I was still on the phone queue.
A quick change of plan, I jumped on an express bus which went into the CBD across the Coat-hanger (Sydney-sider slang for the HarbourBridge)
From Wynyard station in the city centre the airport is a convenient train ride.
A bad piccie I know, but it does show that Sydney suburban trains are double deckers.
It was a miserable flight; turbulence most of the way with ice forming on the propellers which flew off and banged on the fuselage with a real racket.
Then to add to the joy it was pouring at Coffs and you have to walk across the apron to get into the terminal.
Thank goodness we had a relaxing weekend with our girls at Yamba to celebrate our Lu's 20th birthday. It is hard to believe our baby is 20!
Lu our baby, when she was still a baby (more or less)