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Monday, December 29, 2014

Lost in the Barossa!

Belated Christmas wishes!
We had a quiet but lovely Christmas with family. It seemed to come so quickly, then disappeared just as quickly! Lovely gifts, tasty food, happy times.
In that post Christmas lull...you know that time where you eat nothing but leftovers and doze on the lounge....we decided to hop on a plane and head to the beautiful Barossa to visit dear Granny Loz! 
So we headed off early this morning and drove to Sydney where we hopped on a plane to Adelaide, then collected an orange car (!) and found our way to the country filled with vines, fruit and a special friend.
So, here we are, safely at Chez Loz, chatting about family, sewing and all manner of things. DH is managing to keep up with the sewing related chatter with a sassy quip here and there! And just to prove something is happening.....
Back in a few days....Happy New Year!

Cardygirl xxx

10 comments:

Chookyblue...... said...

Have a great time in the Barossa with Loz........pretty sure some late night chatter will be on the cards.........

Susan said...

How wonderful and free spirited of you! Have fun.

Janice said...

What a wonderful way to spend the time after Christmas. Your hubby is very brave to enter into stitchy talk.

Jan said...

What a fun thing to do - Loz is fabulous company. Have you been shopping with her yet?? It's a great spectator sport! Happy New Year to you all.

Peg - Happy In Quilting said...

Have fun ....happy new year xx

Vivian said...

Holiday time spent with quilting friends--what could be better than that?
Happy Holidays to you and yours.

Sue SA said...

Hope you had a great break along with your great company in sunny South Australia!

wish2stitch said...

Enjoy! and Happy New Year! Glad you've had some time to stitch.

Fiona@Dragonfly-Sewing said...

Happy New Year Alison, great way to spend your Lull :)

Deb said...

I know you had a great time with Loz Alison, how could you not. Such a great tour guide.
The photo that you have taken of Loz in your post is lovely.