Computers, one goes it seems, they all 'go'!
Bought a new tower computer Friday, my old one was giving me trouble and when all said and done it was 6 years old! So a new keyboard as the old one was 12 years old!
Recently I purchased a new laptop.
My husbands old mobile phone wouldn't turn on, so a new mobile phone for him. Then, for a few dollars the phone company were giving away a 'Tablet' 8", so that wasn't to be sneezed at either.
Then to top that off, his laptop hard drive gave up the ghost, so a new one was inserted and all seems well.
Back to holiday photos - coming to the end, only a few more posts then I will commence on Tasmanian photos.
We headed along the Great Ocean Road towards Melbourne last November, 2015.
The Great Ocean Road is about 243 kls long and was built by returned soldiers between 1919 and 1932 and is dedicated to soldiers killed during World War 1.
The road is the world's largest war memorial. It winds through varying terrain along the coast and providing access to several prominent landmarks.
We have a view of Bass Strait, Indian Ocean and the Southern Ocean.
The winds would be very cold at times in this area.
Along the road there are signs to tell travellers there is a look out.