I thought another trip to Doug up on Bourke was appropriate for today. A trip down memory lane for some & a look into pieces of Australian history.
Today we're honouring the bravery of those who fought & are fighting in wars, remembering the enormous loss of life & the innocent victims of war then and now.
that place looks like such a great place to visit!ReplyDelete
What a thoughtful post! Love your eye. Some amazing things there. Have a relaxing day. PxxxxxxReplyDelete
What an awesome shop. I could have an absolute ball in there. Great reminder for today as well.ReplyDelete
What a great place to check out! All of those huge jars on the table - sigh!!!!ReplyDelete
Those who fight for their country are due a huge debt of gratitude. Thank you for making room to remember them today. Love the picture at the end. Beautiful!ReplyDelete
What an amazing looking store! Thanks for sharing!ReplyDelete
Amazing treasures of our history. Thanks you ever so much for sharing. I enjoy picture after picture. Great post. Cheers SpecialK XoXoReplyDelete
I am drooling over those old suitcases I have been looking for some just like them here in Auckland without much luck! xo KReplyDelete
What a great idea to do on Anzac Day!ReplyDelete
I love the surfboard. I did my bit today and had a pie for lunch!!!
Well your post has reminded me I still haven't gotten to doug up on bourke!!.. darn.. all this fabulousness I'm missing out on,. good thing I get to see your shots..
Hope you had a lovely day off.. and a great week ciao xxx Julie
Yes and it was a lot of young boys.ReplyDelete
Nice pictures and I hope you will have a fine day.
Hugs from a rainy Sweden
What an interesting post. I love it when bloggers stir in some history with their entries. I can't say that I know anything about Australian history. Love your pictures!ReplyDelete
Have a great day.
I love this store. Something I never see for sale anymore in stores are the vintage tin signs.ReplyDelete
I'd love to be there right now.
It looks like a special place, need to be visited!ReplyDelete
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What a great place and a great post.ReplyDelete
What a great way to honor history! Looks like a great shop! LaurelReplyDelete
I also popped into Doug Up on Bourke last weekend - I was actually next door at the Porters Painting course and popped in for a quick browse at the end of the day. it's a treasure trove!ReplyDelete