Wednesday, 20 January 2010

An Offer Too Good To Refuse

When Mick called to say he would be free to have lunch today, who was I to refuse, as this happens very rarely.  We just had a sandwich in Kings Parade in the centre of town.

This is a lovely park, and as locals, I think we take it for granted.


It contains several monuments.  This is the Boer War Memorial, which  celebrated its centenary last week.

It is surrounded by a garden of Peace roses and rosemary.


In the background is the war memorial Carillon, where the Anzac Day Dawn Service is held.

2010_0120January20100008x2The weather was glorious again today as we sat under the shade of a spreading tree, although I think it is going to get quite hot again in the next few days.


Jelly Wares said...

Sure does look like a great park... I love the roses!!!

Take Care
Jodie :)

Sandi Butler said...

I do love to visit the old parks in the bigger towns. They usually have lovely mature trees and pavillions and such. Your park looks lovely.

Bec said...

I love that park, used to have lunch there alot of days when I worked across the street from it....*grin* back in the old days!
So nice to have a park like this close to the CBD....and walking distance to The Home Patch too.....*grin*