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... with Nora in Macropods. We high
fived and got to it. Sweet Tessa with the high voice was in charge of
macropods today, but she was being filmed for a kid's TV program in
the reserve. On the two-way radio and in person, she expressed in a
gasping voice how thrilled she was that she had two vollies who knew
Nora and I got to it, cleaning the
water troughs, one of the shelters, the front quarantine area, and
... raisins and mulberries. Then, I added some Brazil nuts, sunflower
seeds, almonds and walnuts. It was perfection. I sat on the veranda
and read while I ate, then migrated to the sun to arm up.
I had a very lazy start, then
contrasted that with lots of afternoon activity. I motivated to save
cash and walk to the CBD. It would take me about two hours on foot.
Done. I put my music in and rolled out. Just before I ...
... to prompt her majorly. I
tried to include her in decisions about how to attack jobs, but she
just stares at me. I cannot tell if it is a 'lost in translation'
time, or if she just doesn't care. I would most always end up making
the decision for us so we would not stand there looking at each other
After scrubbing the rails (we met the
huge, horned ram Gus who is the merino exhibition sheep), we asked
Tess and Steph at the koalas ...
... stopped the car to switch drivers, so didn't have a steady sleep. The trip was fairly smooth and we mostly encountered only truck drivers on the way with not much traffic at all. We chose to take the inland route for the drive south, because it was quicker and shorter, the only risk being that there weren't as many fuel stations open in the wee hours of the morning. I listened to audio books with my headphones as I drove to keep myself alert and entertained without ...
... degree, panoramic views of the city. The wheel can hold a maximum of 336 people. It was erected in 2008. While it is nowhere near as big as other wheels including the London Eye, it is a great way to get an overview of the city centre.
Museum of Brisbane
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