Sun, Sea, Sky & We

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A new beginning, an adventure beheld for two, promised to one another for so long. To travel Oz, two like minds as one, seeing and sharing as two, complimenting our combined skills of observation and love of the land.

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Travelling through Victoria and New South Wales on our way to Queensland...our journey begins.
8th Jun 2014, 09:46  


yatesybear says:

Stunning Australia

10th Jun 2014, 15:44

MaggieD says:

Stunning indeed :)

10th Jun 2014, 18:15

lynn douglas says:

It sure is, MaggieD. The beginning of our journey, hope it can be shared.

12th Jun 2014, 09:09

lynndouglas says:

Hi yatesybear, more to come hopefully

12th Jun 2014, 09:10

Carrie819 (hefeimaiwo-at-gmail-dot-com) says:

How to Protect Leather Jackets

Leather, fur and suede jackets all demand special care to protect these valuable garments. While suede and fur coats need a furrier or a professional dry cleaner to maintain the garments, you can protect your leather jackets at home year-round. If you want to add shine and clean your jacket before storage, you can treat the garment to replenish lost natural oils and lubricants. To keep leather supple and soft use expert tips to protect your wardrobe investment.


Remove dirt from your leather. Wipe the leather coat with a damp and clean sponge dipped in lukewarm water. Remove any water residue with a cloth diaper or old T-shirt. If any surface stains or dirt remain, mix 2 tbsp of liquid laundry detergent with 1 cup of cold or lukewarm water. Apply the sudsy mixture to the leather jacket with a sponge. Remove the soap residue with an old T-shirt dipped in lukewarm or cold water.
Cover any scuff marks with cream polish. For jackets made with smooth and finished leather, rub a cream polish into the leather coat. Use a shade of polish that is an exact match to the coloring of the leather coats. For lightly-colored jackets, rub a neutral-colored paste cream polish in to the leather, with a small piece of cheesecloth or a baby diaper.
Use a dry clean cloth to clean unfinished leather. If sponged with warm or cold water, untreated leather will spot. For stubborn stains or deep scuff marks, rub any visible marks gently with a small square of ultra-fine sandpaper.
Moisturize your leather jacket. To restore lost lubricants, treat the jacket with a commercial liquid leather cleaner.
Add gloss to your leather jacket with a leather cloth that is pre-moistened. To add additional shine rub a paste made with silicone or mink oil into the garment. Use a baby diaper or old cloth rag to apply these products to your leather coat. Buff your leather jacket with a clean dry cloth to generate additional shine.

4th Jul 2014, 07:37

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