FIRST STOP MORNINGTON MARKET
A beautiful Spring Sunday morning with the temperature heading towards 35 celsius (95F)
My daughter Amy along with little Riley came and picked up Max and I to go to Mornington Market. Melanie my other daughter and her kids Lachlan and Chloe live just around the corner so we picked them up too. Lucky that Amy has a 7 seater to fit us all in.
With such fabulous weather there were heaps of people. Forgot to take my camera with me.
Stopped for a chat with Gail McCormack who was there with husband Tony and all of their fabulous paintings and furniture pieces for sale. 5 year old Chloe just adored all of Gails gorgeous girly ballet pieces. Stop by Gail and Tony's website and take a look at their fabulous work.
After a fun time wandering around the market the kids eating lollipops and hot chips/french fries it was time to head home.
Amy dropped Melanie and her kids at their house, then we dropped Max and Riley at my house,making sure I got my camera this time.
Amy and I then went to an Open Garden in Mornington called Dalywaters.
The entry fee of $5 went towards Legacy. Legacy is an organisation of veterans, servicemen and women and other volunteers who are dedicated to the care of the dependants of Australian Defence Force members, after the death of a spouse or parent during service, and to Australian and Allied families after operational service.
Dalywaters is a beautiful Mornington Peninsula wedding venue.
Through these fabulous rusted white gates you can see the chapel
The dam through the gate
Amy amongst the roses and agapanthus that were so full of buds just waiting to burst open.
This is the chapel where there was a lady playing the harp. It sounded beautiful
Such a beautiful setting
The arch here is where the bride would first walk in
She would then turn down this aisle and be on her way to the romantic chapel