Photos - Sydney West (continued)
This genetically-modified cow stares forlornly at Alan,
wondering how to escape from its Samarai Road, Whalan, yard where it doesn't even have room to turn around.
Eight football fields ensure that the groundsman has a bit of work to do in Whalan Reserve.
Salamaua Road, Whalan: No, Chelsea!
You don't get another lolly until you pack your playthings away.
It’s not your usual hardware store, but you can’t
walk down King Georges Road, Wiley Park, without spotting
Christine from Ipswich emailed us that her brother used
to spend his Sunday School threepences on lollies at
this shop 50 years ago.
From the the Willmot side of Palmyra Avenue you can admire the welcome tangle on the other side.
It's a clever figurative way of telling you that you've arrived at the entrance to the western Sydney suburb of Ropes Crossing.
“Why did I ever decide to walk
every park pathway as well as every street in each suburb?”
ponders Alan as he studies the 1½km path around
Willmot Reserve. What he doesn’t know yet is that
there’s a whole mess of more paths that criss-cross
the giant reserve.
Santa will certainly have to land on our roof in Caledonian Avenue, Winston Hills. There's no room in our front yard.
If you walk at a snail’s pace along Conjola Place,
Woodcroft, the inevitable happens.
Lake Woodcroft, Woodcroft, with its 1.2km circuit path,
is the suburb’s centrepiece.
Why can you never see cars on this expressway?
Because they’re banned. Only buses can use the Liverpool
to Parramatta T-way, constructed on pipeline land at Woodpark.