This week we went to Canberra for an international soccer tournament called the Kanga Cup.
My youngest stepson played, my eldest reffed, my husband spent the week as team manager & I socialised on the sidelines.
We all had a ball (ha ha)!!
Unfortunately we didn't make the finals, but the team played well and learnt a lot.
Friday morning, before heading home, we went to the National Gallery to see the Turner exhibition.
Sport, art, lots of laughs and good times (and some shopping!)
A perfect way to spend a week of our winter school holidays.
Outdoor Opening Ceremony - it was freezing!
Some mornings were crisp, cool and sunny...
...and some were miserably cold and foggy.
The Kanga floral tribute greeted all of us as we arrived in Canberra and quickly became a hotspot for group photos.
I took oodles of game shots over the 4 days, but won't bore you with the details.
Hubby & I also watched a few of the games that our eldest reffed.
The National Gallery has interesting displays inside and out.
The wattle was almost in bloom.
Next week it will look stunning.
Lake Burley Griffin was covering in fog until half an hour prior to this photo.
This perspective made me realise how much both boys have grown!
Saturday Snapshot is a now being hosted by Melinda from West Metro Mommy
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