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... pillow, water fun area, tennis courts, etc. But at this park at least, all these facilities were being actively used, so someone was getting the benefit of my $$.
Met up for dinner with several of the crew that I will be working with for the next four days on the Peaks Challenge Gold Coast, bicycle event.
Thursday August 6th -
Travelled to the event work-site at Royal Pines RACV Resort with the ...
corners and scary big trucks. Beautiful forests with huge trees, palms and ferns help to calm the nerves. By chance I decide to stop in at the Eagle Heights Mountain Resort for refreshments where we are treated to a spectacular view of the Gold Coast about 20km in the distance. With perfect weather we have stunning views of the Surfers Paradise high rise buildings as well as 180 deg views of the Pacific Ocean. Back on ...
... here but hopefully we might intersect somewhere further south. Coolangatta was just up the road and it was exciting to cross the street and therefore the border from New South Wales into Queensland. There seemed to be an unusually large number of classic cars and rockerbilly hairstyles and dress shops around and we wondered what was going on. When we reached the foreshore we found out we had arrived at the beginning of the Cooly Rocks Festival, a week long ...
... then Becky suggested we should go out, so obviously I didn't want to turn that down and I did. We played three more rounds of Table Tennis (I won every game, much to Becky's horror) and then headed into town where Becky got a Boost and I got an ice cream. We didn't really do much we just wandered along saw a little bit of a band and headed back home. We slobbed out for a lot of the day but we did manage to apply for a few jobs too. I'm ...
... by BMW for use on motorcycles.
As with cars you can never lock up the wheel even if you are on a gravel road and squeeze the front brake as hard as you can while going around a corner. A sudden panic stop in driving rain will not land you on your side (which happened to me once) When you use the front brake, the rear brake is activated to a certain extend as well,making stopping a very quick and easy task.
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