Mine was the generation raised with the gender defining notion that boy babies wore blue booties, and girl babies wore pink booties. Fast forward to 2019 - those boy babies are now in their 60’s, 70’s and 80’s and blue has been ditched in favour of pink. For seniors who attended the recent Project Pink … Continue reading Boy Babies Wear Blue Booties… Don’t They?
At the end of Day Two, fifteen weary but happy travellers were delivered safely back to our beautiful village. So with Part One of the Tenterfield Trip done and dusted, here is a pictorial account of Day Two. Day Two On Wednesday morning we woke to a beautiful crisp Autumn morning in Tenterfield (that's code … Continue reading Day Two – Tenterfield Trip
Synchronised alarm clocks started ringing around the village bright and early on Tuesday morning. It was the day for the Tenterfield trip - the bus was leaving at 8.00am - and fifteen of us planned to be on it. Weeks of planning and anticipation were about to come crashing in on each one of us. … Continue reading Tenterfield Trip – Part One
Here at Mountain View we are always thinking of: new things to do; places to go; people to meet. Our Social Committee organises most activities, but residents come up with ideas as well. That’s how the upcoming road trip to Tenterfield came about. Load that bus!! We’re going to Tenterfield! Lock in the 28th May, … Continue reading Road Trip to Tenterfield!
The countdown is on! Only four days until Aveo Mountain View’s Seniors Expo. That’s just four sleeps and a wakey - until Friday the 22nd February. We’ll put the coffee machine in overdrive, crank up the kettle, and make sure the biscuit tin is full. So take a drive up Byangum Road (from Murwillumbah), turn … Continue reading Four Days Until…!