On the chosen day, there was a big informal barbecue down at the Lime Kiln. This is where, in the Convict settlement days, lime mortar was produced for the gaols and the officer's quarters.
In the wall behind Waveney, believe it or not, there are stocks (flowers) that are said to have been growing there since the comvict days, seeding themselves each year. Similarly, on the other side of Emily Bay, you can see straggly petunia plants that have been coming up year after year longer than anyone can remember!
And finally the cake, celebrating the combined 125 years of Andrew and Wally's birthdays.
Wally and cousin Andrew cut the cake.
Bernie and Bunty