Share Your World 2017- Week #39

Sharing My World This Week

If you were given the opportunity to ride in a helicopter would go?

I was lucky enough to go on a helicopter flight years ago over my old suburb of Hallett Cove, South Australia. It was at a local fair and rides were not too expensive so David and I went up. I was not at all frightened and loved the views. I have wanted to do it again ever since but have either lacked the opportunity or the money as they are much more expensive these days and I am poorer.

Helipad on the Yarra.

What are some of your favourite type of proteins to eat? (meat, seafood, eggs, soy, cheese, nuts)

Apart from soy I like all of those things but probably meat would be my favourite of them.

What would be your preference, awake before dawn, at dawn, or awake before noon?

As I tend to sit up late reading the blogs of those of you on the other side of the world waking at dawn would definitely mean that I had not got enough sleep. I would feel lazy if I slept until noon though. That’s something I’d only do if I was either sick or had been up all night so I guess dawn would be about right for me. Providing dawn was about half past seven that is. Most days I generally do wake up around seven whether I put the alarm on or not.

What inspired you or what did you appreciate this past week?  Feel free to use a quote, a photo, a story, or even a combination.

Our trip to the Botanical gardens inspired me, or perhaps I should say this week’s Fun Foto Challenge inspired me as I wanted photos of flowers and got several good ones. I also appreciated Naomi’s efforts. She is very modest about her photography but she’s taken some excellent photos over the past few months and I’m very pleased that she’s chosen to share them on our blog.

The Rotunda at the Botanical Gardens , Hobart


3 thoughts on “Share Your World 2017- Week #39

  1. I think I took that chopper ride with you. It was expensive even back then. I remember going to that fair up your way. There’s no way I would have gone on my own. I worried the landing would be hard but it was ok. Thanks for the praise on my photos. They are getting better.

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