A Few Photos from a Recent Trip Down Memory Lane in Cooma

Here are a few of the photos I took on a trip last week to my old home town Cooma where I spent the first 17 years of my life.

 

The Beatnik Cafe in Sharp Street where I had a delicious organic breakfast.
The Beatnik Cafe in Sharp Street where I had a delicious organic breakfast.

 

The breakfast of free range poached eggs, bacon and grilled tomato on ciabatta bread all locally sourced.
The breakfast of free range poached eggs, bacon and grilled tomato on ciabatta bread all locally sourced with organic coffee.

 

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The butcher within his shop.  Their catchcry on local radio used to be:  "we have the meat to please you and are pleased to meet you".
The butcher within his shop. Their catch cry on local radio used to be: “we have the meat to please you and are pleased to meet you”.
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Quirky assortment of farm animals and figurines in Frank’s window.

 

St. Paul's Anglican Church rectory.
St. Paul’s Anglican Church rectory.

 

Rectory and St Pauls.
Rectory and St Pauls.

 

Front entrance to St Pauls.
Front entrance to St Pauls.
Quaint knot in old tree labelled "Mole's House"  complete with doorknob, Santa and  miniature Xmas wreath.
Quaint knot in old tree labelled “Mole’s House” complete with doorknob, Santa and miniature Xmas wreath.
Close up view.
Close up view.
This gives an idea of the age of the tree.
This gives an idea of the age of the tree.
Another view with catoniastas, poplars etc.
Another view with catoniastas, poplars, firs etc.
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Another view beyond bridge over Cooma Creek. Centennial Park on left.
One of the attempts at beautification in Sharp Street.  Petunias were all in flower.
One of the attempts at beautification in Sharp Street (main street). Petunias were all in flower.

 

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