the big back yard
an experience of city and town
When i was kid i remember running about with my cousins at my Grandmother's house in the western suburbs. There wasn't a single tree in the yard - just lots of lawn and day long games of hockey and soccer.
The sun always seemed really hot and there were hardly ever any clouds. I thought the whole world was like this - huge yards with noisy kids.
Seeing archie and lachlan running about madly at their grandpa's brings back memories of this time
Other Experiences of Dylan Trevena
reuben paints, too many children, mountain weather, harmonica on the train, The odd sunny day in the mountains
Other experiences of city and town
Those ticking street posts by Doug, My backyard clotheslines by Doug, Clever street art by Doug, local help by wp7713, Moorook S.A by Gard, Dodging busted Telecom pits by Doug, Tuned in to the nation by Doug, Keeping the beach safe by Apph, Swimming Pool for One by Doug, Kookaburra comes to school by wp7713, Cleaning Up by Mora, tradie's bit for the nation by Doug, home sweet home by suzie, Australian drought by larnza, Waterways of Sydney by aintnomountain, My world by amandal, My Town by maryls, Kirribilli commute by Doug, Walking the streets of Sydney by Douglas, Australian architecture: where hip and historic coexist by Matty, House on stone block by Jay, A visit to the Southern Highlands by Rodney, Highest court in the land by Matty, Cyclone Tracy revisited by Douglas, The Angel of Edgecliff by Fran, Life in Newman, WA by Matty, Old Sydney buses had character by Fran, Werris Creek Station by Douglas, Leaving their mark in stone by Douglas, Australia: Diversity, sun, fun and fabulous Sydney harbour by Jo, A Commitment to Australia... by Sunflower10, Eureka! by Sunflower10, The Eureka Playground by Sunflower10, Aussie coat of arms by Jasie
Other experiences from people feeling wistful
reuben paints by dylan, too many children by dylan, harmonica on the train by dylan, Hot air balloons by Colette, home sweet home by suzie, What I miss when Summer ends. by Pauline