Tuesday, August 3rd

A group of Chargers’ sponsors with the Sydney Opera House in the background.

Isn’t this a cool photo? The sandstone blocks are about 18" wide and 10" high. This is a sample of construction done in early Australia by the criminals shipped in from England. Grinding oyster shells and mixing with sand is how they made the mortar. The blocks were purposely pitted/patterned so you would not notice that the blocks were cut unevenly.

The shortest street in Sydney. A rather famous street that appears in magazines, movies and on TV. The plants growing out of the rocks are maintained by the city.