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... next to the MCG and walked in. So many people!!!!!!
The MCG is pretty impressive though.
I have to say that it was a very one sided game as Hawthorn thrashed St Kilda. Poor Joshy!!! :-(
I was cheering them on for you!!! :-) Mia was actually really quite good, once she realised that she could sleep on Daddy. She even slept through the sirens (which were VERY loud)
... of the same jokes over and over. But ey I was getting paid to stand in my waistcoat watching a comedy show, can't complain! I also got a job working at the Grand Prix, it was the same kind of thing, customer service, checking tickets and being nice to people and all that jazz. I ended working at the Corporate Suites. That's a corporate suite attendant to you thank you very much! It was very hard to say no to all the drunk people offering me champagne, I took the free burgers ...
... city circle tram that took us all around the perimeter of the city. We were only going to do one block, but it was interesting seeing all the note able buildings, we stayed on. Took about 1/2-3/4hr.
On arrival in the city, we got off at Flinders Street Station. Janice explained to us about the "meet you under the clocks". I can see why. Good spot if it's not crowded. Bob didn't say much but I could feel him flinch when all the people rushed to catch their trains. ...
... at her sandwich, which had transformed into 'Mount Carrot'. The other girls standing around me even paused what they were doing to have a look... Spinach was dropping everywhere...
I thought I'd be witty... "As you can see, I'm the most professional sandwich maker...." whilst saving the ...
... Based on a Baldwin Locomotive Works loco – the firm that made the original Puffing Billy – Katie is a one-third size of a 3-foot gauge loco. The plans and castings for this lovely steam train were originally developed by a chap in Western Australia. She is popular with enthusiasts world-wide and now sold in the USA as "Sweet Creek". Ken’s two other trains are half-size 2-foot gauge locos. ‘Merlin’, based on a Kerr Stuart loco was completed in ...
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