It’s as much a surprise to us as it is to everyone else. We bought a house in Hahndorf – a nice place at 10 Kramm Ave. Actually, a very nice place for us – a simple home but very well built an exceptionally low maintenance.
There are a few mods we need to do but nothing overwhelming. We even got the builder/architect in today to start on the plans! We settle on June 8th so its not that far off.
The place has great shedding (), so I can option up with a few more tools – 14″ bandsaw and a lathe comes to mind! oh well. We’ll see.
Watch this space!
Well, it’s been a poor month for us this past month – Leanne and my health have been shocking. Leanne had her four wisdom teeth taken out on the operating table about five weeks ago and it went rather badly – she has a fractured jaw, bad sinusitus and quite a few teeth fragments are still left in gums. She goes back in to surgery next week for corrective surgery…
My health has been poor as well – I’ve had a serious case or larengitis for the past few weeks – I’m taking weapons-grade antibiotics and they seem to be helping. I also tore the cartiledge in my knee and will need an arthroscopy to fix it.
But hey, we’re in good spirits and it’s even kind of funny! Friends from church have helped us – occasional meals have been turning up, that sort of thing.
Well our Tempe home sold last week at auction – an OK price I guess though you always want more . We’re not in a hurry to buy another house though we think we know what we want now – we’re thinking of a four bedroom place around Hahndorf – we’ve looked at a few already, but we’re prepared to wait. We were in Tempe for thirteen years, but I don’t think we’ll be in our next house that long… it all depends on what we think is best for the kids and family at large.
I’ve been meaning to post up some photos from my Puckapunyal army training from Novemeber 2006. This was a great course – we got to play soldier but it was all very serious – the Styr rifles are the real thing, along with the rest of the gear. The purpose of the two week course was to teach us civillians what army life might be like in the field as well as the theory and doctrine of armyoperations. It really gave me an enormous insight, and helped think more critically on the requirements for military communications technology.
OK – I know – I’ll never make a proper soldier!
Trying out the infra-red night scope – a very strange experience… and yes, I am aware that it is daylight but we did a “patrol” that night with it and it was a difficult tool to get used to.