Thursday, January 1, 2009

HMS Buffalo

Last Sunday (28th December) was Proclamation Day; a commemorative day for South Australians because on that day in 1836 the settlers were notified that the government was in place in the new 'Province of South Australia'.

This is a model of the Buffalo at the end of Jetty Road at Glenelg; this was the boat that brought colonists including our first governor here.

You can see more in my earlier posts Proclamation Day and The Buffalo Restaurant.


Anonymous said...

It is a beautiful model, Gordon. And the read was good too. Nice post for today.

Happy New Year to you and your family from Patty and Abe.

Renée said...

I like your photos!
Happy New Year!


Donna said...

I couldn't imagine traveling on a ship like that! Wonderful! Happy New year sweetie!hughugs

Neva said...

Happy New Year Gordon. I have learned a lot about your part of the country this year and hope to learn more in 2009.

London78 said...

I think it's great that you took all these pictures yourself! Too often people just copy and paste them into their blog from other sites.

Very original!

gogouci said...

Cool monument and interesting post.


im ready to become a sailor, anyone care to join?