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8/07/2013 – Adelaide to Canberra
The day has finally arrived for me to embark on this wonderful holiday, that my sister and brother-
in-law, Aunty Sue and Uncle Mick (to my children and my grandchildren), have been planning, with
input from me.
Alison my daughter, Jordan, Kiara and Charley my grandchildren, drove me to the Adelaide Airport
to say goodbye, as they would not see me for 8 weeks. I know that I shall miss my family very
... of Honour, it was a very special moment to consider how lucky we are to have had these people give up their lives to protect our own. The night ended at AMF Bowling where some kids managed to get some amazing scores and everyone had a great time. Georgia Congleton banged out 134 points and just falling second was Max Day who smashed 130. My group & I decided on putting the rails up fairly quickly which added a whole new dimension to the ...
... were apparently there. Whatever the case is it is somewhere around 8-9 years since we'd seen each other.
The kids immediately found the cubby house, trampoline and dress-up box and we sat down to some nibbles and a drink outside before heading down to the school to kick the footy and have a play on the playground. Kicking the footy anywhere in Canberra means taking an AFL ball down to the rugby oval and kicking it through the two upright posts while trying ...
... was mostly rolling hills, grasslands, and groves of gum trees.
After an hour and a half we stopped for a coffee break in the town of Gondagai. This is a typical small farming community with a main street lined by shops and cafes. We stopped at a nice little cafe for coffee and carrot cake.
Once back on the road it wasn’t long until we were in Canberra. ...
... like just from its cove shape on the map. It was exciting. We were finally exploring, free of any worry in the world.
As soon as we arrived at the beach parking lot, we noticed groups of people walking in one general direction. We grabbed some cameras, some water and expected some sort of a hike to the beach. Right away we picked up the obvious sound of falling water, and began to walk a little faster. A perfect waterfall, with people swimming at the bottom was ...