Last Postcard from Oz

It’s possible that Big Foot and the Lock Ness monster don’t actually exist because surely someone with a cell phone would have made a selfie with them by now…. But I digress… Everywhere you look, someone is taking a photo with their cell phone, a photo that probably will be stored on the phone and never seen. That’s the inspiration for this blog.

For our last Postcard from Oz, we’ve selected a few photos from our cell phone. They are odds and ends from our six weeks trekking around the country and are not in any particular order. Take a look at the caption to see what they are about.

On to Christchurch, New Zealand!

About rkcaton

We like to travel and even spent nine years roaming around North America in a 40 foot motorhome. We're now back in a home in Washington state roaming by car, air, and boat.
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5 Responses to Last Postcard from Oz

  1. jesteacher says:

    I have loved following your trip. These pics make me smile. Safe travels home.

  2. rkcaton says:

    Thanks! However, we’re not quite done… Stay tuned for more from New Zealand.

  3. Laurel says:

    Thanks for sharing your photos with us of places that we will most likely never travel! We enjoy the quirky stuff along with the beauty, just as you do. 🙂

    • rkcaton says:

      Our blog pales in comparison to what you have done and your comment is sincerely appreciated. We really enjoyed your blog about the Finger Lakes region on NY. It brought back memories of our time out there, Especially Seneca Falls.

  4. Cindy says:

    What a fun group of pix! Can’t wait to see New Zealand through your pix. I really liked the cameras at the ready idea. I am usually trying to fish mine out. I wish I had a convenient place in the Forester like you had…

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