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the kitchen @ our scotsdale road home.


my dad made cane baskets and sold them at the markets.






one of my favourite photos of my father.




me on the day of my first birthday (22nd of april).


opening my presents :)




omg, cake! and my dad being cute and rugged.






haha, it looks like my sister trained me to give her head massages.



i was a really strong reader and i attribute it to times such as these. i could read a newspaper by the age of 5. :)





out riding with my pa.


the obligatory bath photos.


tess doing the dishes.


i've still got the same goofy grin.






tess' 11th birthday celebration.




we used to have ducks!


i must have liked them.


















crossing the nullabor plain (part of the great sandy desert of australia).


me & mum - on the ferry to dromana, victoria.


the big koala, victoria.


seals, eyre peninsula.


eyre peninsula.


eyre peninsula.
















the little boy is my cousin, adam (then "jaxon").


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What an outrageously attractive family!

Not to be weird, but your dad was really hot.
I'm with you on that one, sister!
hahahahahaha
that's not too weird. i can objectively say that my parents were pretty gorgeous. lucky ducks.
I LOVE YOUR POSTS! Seriously, wow. And I agree with doerofnone ;)
hehe, that is lucky because i have many more photos to share. it is so nice to have somewhere to share them!
I love the colors that old cameras produce! Simply wonderful!
yes, it's a gorgeous camera.
great photos! you were a cute baby
haha thank you!
Beautiful! Like a whole life story!
Very touching!
aw i know, my parents took hundreds of photos. they were both into photography and they passed that love onto me. they always got seconds and thirds of each film, so i ended up with a copy of a lot of their photos.
everything about your 1988 seems like it could be straight out of my 1988! your parents look uncannily like mine in face and style. i just moved back in with them for a bit, and i am looking forward to looking through and scanning photos. we have boxes and boxes...
haha, wow. it would be interesting to compare. i'll look out for your posts. :) were you born in '87 too?
wow did your dad make your bicycle seat?????
haha, probably. he was a crafty little mofo :)