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Well just a short entry today as we wait to board our flight to Canberra after another delay then flight cancellation.
I'm a firm believer in law of averages and after having such a wonderful time over in Canada we had to get some bad luck before we arrived home.
I suppose it started yesterday with Alan's bike frame not being there at the courier next to the airport after making a special early trip down - but we ...
Today represented by two parts of the day with the family heading off to the Dinosaur Museum in the morning and with Suzanne and Lachlan heading off to Parliament House in the afternoon.
Great to see the animation of the Dinosaurs appearing life like and as for the Politicians I left that to Suz and Lachlan whilst I listened to the Footy..................Go ...
... at first but I didn't scream like some of the little girls around me! The activities covered 4 floors and were just amazing. The kids loved it all and I wish we had bought our children here when they were younger. Sorry guys!!
Had lunch (afternoon tea?) in the van and then went to the Royal Mint. There was an enjoyable video presentation that told us all about it. As we explored we found a school group ...
So it is exactly one month until I fly out of the country and it feels like time is just flying past. But everything is starting to come together now, so I'm getting a little excited!
My application has been approved by Uof Hull so I am offically accepted and my accomodation application is currently being processed. They have an accomodation guarantee, so I should be given a place at the dorm there. Theoretically I'll be in a ...
... I still had 45 km to go... Buggar. The sun had finally hit the horizon and the dusk was setting in. I looked ahead and saw dark purple heavy rain clouds. The orange light from the sunset was reflecting off them, making them look even more ominous. I reminded me of what I think the smoke from the fires of hell would look like.... Come on Yass where are you. Then it happened... Rain.. And I don't mean sprinkles like I had experience earlier in the trip.. This was ...