A Much Needed Holiday

Graham and Emma's early one morning and for me time to go.

To Lakes Entrance

With the onset of fog I suggested it was time to go. Eventually we got away just after midday and headed for the Price's Highway via Noojee. A nice drive through the Forest eventually got us to the highway and on our way to Lakes Entrance. We arrived there about 1700hours, settled into our apartment and stayed in for the night. Tomorrow we would begin to look around.

A nice Forest Drive
A murder of Crows in the foreground
Dawn at Lakes Entrance from our Apartment
At Tyers Beach
Remnants of some ones lunch
Two Herons
Water entrance to the Ocean from Tyers
A walking track above Lakes Entrance
Our resort is the tall building near the centre of this picture
The Entrance at Lakes Entrance

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02.07 | 08:09

Thanks for the reply - I found Gannan image on 14 Squadron archives whilst looking for John Hunter who was from Albury. I just wanted to advise - Cheers

02.07 | 07:56

Continuing, I have no information as to his time at 70 OTU other than he was on course No 13 and Passed. His name is Gerald Gannan who passed away in 1994.

02.07 | 07:49

G'day Chris. Sorry it took so long to answer. I have that pic somewhere. Just cannot find moment. It was among Dads Photos of 14 Sqn RAF. 70 OTU
Mar to May 42.

23.06 | 09:23

Hi Chris from Albury & District Historical Society - saw the image of the B26 in this post - can you advise where you found it as I'm doing some work on 70 OTU