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Today Peter and I explored a different type of historical monument. Rippon Lea Estate is a historic property located in Elsternwick.
On arrival we enjoy lunch in the cafe, before exploring this historical house learning about a touch of Aristocracy.
Rippon Lea Estate was built in 1868 for Sir Federick Sargood, a wealthy Melbourne businessman, politician and philanthropist. Frederick and his wife Marion purchased Crown Allotment 253 and either all, or ...
... MM lived in Toronto with her Becker parents and sister until the end of 1939, when she sailed to Sydney, Australia, to marry David Grant on 3 February 1940. She and David had met through the Evangelical Union at Toronto University a couple of years before. David was there to study for his Doctorate of Dental Surgery. She was studying Medicine. As War had broken out in Europe and was expected to spread to the Pacific, it was a brave thing to sail across ...
... over lol, this brings on the overwhelming thought of my day to come. A sad day as from the airport I have a funeral to go to.
My Journey is at an End, I've had a great trip, some ups and downs.
I've made many new friends, added people to my Firefighter family and Discovered a Side of the USA few people find or even look for. I met People who enjoy travelling ...
... shops, some twice, I was wishing that they had a couch for bored wives like they do at department stores! We met up with Glen C, the third of our riding trio, and a few other riders who had also arrived. At midday the group strolled up to the Royal Society of Victoria for our rider sign in and collection of goodies. The shirt looks promising, it might fit. Looks like there is 15 participants on the ride with a few support crew, which included, surprise surprise, Glen ...
... gone are the days of London where everything happens yesterday. This is why we are here though, it is just a matter of switching gears to slow down - 4 months in the madness that is Asia definitely hasn't helped the situation. There, if you don't just cross the road, cars and motorbikes coming from all directions all the time, you will never go anywhere; here, if you cross and it's not the green man flashing, you could get wholloped with a $240 jaywalking fine (yes, that's ...