Thursday, 22 January 2015

Trip to the City Park. Launceston.

When the grandchildren stayed for the night we took them on separate days to the Launceston City Park.  It always looks different, and is a pleasure to walk in.

All these photos were taken with my phone it saved me taking either of my cameras.


Poppy and Miss 6 in the Conservatory. 


Poppy and Miss 8 in the Rotunda.


The play area for the children.


The Children's Loo.


The Dahlia's not far from the Conservatory.








These two photos I have posted similar before.


24 comments:

  1. Sure looks like an attractive city - well kept
    park area and you SURE photograph all things!!!!
    Cheers
    Colin

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    1. It is a nice small city Colin. I take many photos for things are always changing and it's good to look back to see how things were.

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  2. The park looks very nice. I don't recall seeing it and had to check where it is located. Such a shame so few people now grow dahlias.

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    1. It's very close to the city, within walking distance. Always they grow dahlias each year there, and one of our friends used to grow them, he often used to bring me a bunch, but I agree, more people should grow them as they are a wonderful plant.

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  3. hi M, what a lovely day out for you and the girls. it looks like a good place to visit with lots to see. the dahlias remind me of my mum :)

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    1. Many big trees and news ones too. The monkeys in their enclosure also.
      Oh, my, dahlias - many people grew them years ago :)

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  4. On our 2014 trip to Tassie, we passed through Launceston, but vowed to return because we didn't have enough time to do it justice! Now I can see some of what I missed! There WILL be a next time :D

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    1. I sure hope you visit once again. Launceston area has much to offer.

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  5. A lovely park to spend time in with the grand kids.

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  6. Oh M what a beautiful place and look at your beautiful Granddaughters and sweet husband. You are truly blessed my dear M. Hug xo G

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  7. Those trees are wonderfully shady. What majestic creatures. :-)

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  8. Cute granddaughters, and I do love seeing your flowers. Certainly none blooming here I live!

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    1. Thanks.
      The flowers looking lovely in the park, and they always have something different.

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