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Travel Blogs from Horsham
This morning Danny went to the dawn service here at Horsham. It was extremely cold, down to 3 degrees. He returned and just couldn't warm up; he had to jump back in to bed. Anyway we had a slow morning; pancakes were on the menu for breakfast. We then went in to town; had a walk through the botanic gardens and ...
... the boys couldn't believe their luck when we decided to stay another night and explore Uncle Trevors farm. They went swimming in the lake, yabbying, looking for 'treasure' (MJ found a sheep skull), exploring out in the ute around the farm and sheep sheds and finally, they all got to shoot a 22!! They were in little boy heaven.
An amazing time was had by all. Fantastic memories, just like from when I was little :)
... Loki too! Seeing the rest of the family members and friends will be terrific, it has been a long 8 weeks.
We stayed at the the Best Western Golden Grain Motel, we have stayed here before - two reasons they have no problem in us parking the camper and there is a hotel next door which has fabulous meals and of course being next door is in walking distance to stagger back to the motel. Great meal and early to bed - ready for tomorrow's last run home.
... Glob rolled himself up tightly into a ball hoping that the owls would not pick him up thinking he was something to eat.
Glob didn’t want to spend another minute alone so he started thinking about how he could get into that lovely white van.
He rolled himself back into a ball and bounced himself right in the door. He bounced and bounced and managed to hide behind the driver’s ...
... found some work jake had randomly applied for and now it's the best job we have ever had! Emily made her appearance in November in the middle of getting this job so we managed to wangle getting her a space as well. So we are all (me, jake, emily, Niall and amy)currently residing in a small hick town called Dimboola, Dim or Dimmy as the locals refer to it, apparently we say Dimboola weird so we should stick to Dim as well.. Our job is working for a ...
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