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A simple Christmas Gathering by the sea for a couple of hours. Good company and bad jokes. Seasons Greetings. 2020
We had a pleasant day last week. A guided history walk, in the Victor Harbor township, followed by a nice lunch, at one of the local pubs. Thankyou Richard from the National Trust of Victor Harbor. The group standing in front of the beautiful building, former Bank SA, in Main St. Victor.
Pictured here is Tom He’s always up for telling a great yarn. In his younger days he owned and operated his own business as a drain surgeon {His words not mine ☺️} He recalls how he used to carry around a mobile phone the size of a brick! At the moment we are teaching him how to use an iPhone. At least his new iPhone should be a bit more waterproof than his old brick. Picture of Angela from SeeWithMe with Tom, who has Macular Degeneration
Our first bus trip. A day in the Adelaide Hills, to support businesses affected by the recent Bushfires. A Tour of Jurlique Flower and Herb Farm. A visit and tastings to Melbas Chocolate Factory and Woodside Chees Wrights. Lunch at Three Gums Bistro, Hahndorf. Excellent food and Service. Great Outing and Company. A very big Thank you to Jim Nixon, who kindly volunteered his time and bus driving skills. Very good at what he does
Male and female, side by side, with navigator in hand, and two guide dogs
We gave Peter, a navigator, a talking book, on permanent loan, till someone repairs his current one, or a new one arrives, via the NDIS.
Two women sitting together
Angela, who is blind, is on the left, teaching Karin, who has a serious vision impairment, how to use an iPhone. We have given Karin, an iPhone on loan.
Group of seven vision impaired people
Our first tech get together. Small but successful, and has been ongoing.
Photo of the south coast chamber orchestra.
Photo of the south coast chamber orchestra. They held their winter charity concert, july, 2018. All money raised, was donated to "See With Me". Over $400.00 was made.Thank you so much. Keep an eye out for these talented musicians.
Photo of Angela, with our latest victim, aka ian.
Photo of Angela, with our latest victim, aka Ian. Helping him to learn how to use an iPhone. Ian is legally blind, due to, not one but two eye diseases. Ian is also a good friend of ours. He is a great source of knowledge and support for us.
Photos of me Lauren and my friend and guide Lucy, in the united states, july 2018. Experiencing a burn my memory experience, flying over and landing in the grand canyon, in a chopper. Pictured with Michael Benson, CEO, visual experience foundation, enabling people to have a chance to experience something amazing. Which I did. I am very grateful. Hopefully, we can help people achieve bucket list items too. Thank you visual experience foundation and Sundance helicopters.
Photo of grant application.
Successful $400.00. Grant application, via, victor harbor council. Many thanks. Great work angela.
Photo of, 'Oreo', the guide dog
Photo of, "Oreo", the guide dog. A regular, at our successful tech meetings.
See With Me has had its first Bucket List Event happen
Who hoo! See With Me has had its first Bucket List Event happen. The photo above, left is Martin, me right. In the middle, is, Roger Hodgson, front man for Supertramp. We attended his concert, Thebarton Theatre recently It was a great concert. So talented. Had great seats and got to meet him after the show. Such a lovely, genuine man. Martin was and is still a huge fan and he had a great night. So huge thankyou to, Jon Lemon, .org tickets, meet and greet. Concert promoters for allowing it to happen. Roger Hodgson. So if you want something we can try and do for you, get in touch. More importantly continued connecting with people is what it’s all about. Here’s to more great nights.