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... awake again. But as soon as I heard Chris playing with the soccer ball I jumped right out. I guess I missed something great! Kangaroos started up the road and hopped all the way to Chris and into the field for an early dinner with their young joeys. He got a few great pictures.
So we played soccer for awhile while the kangaroo pack ate their dinner. When we got back to the car to make our own dinner, the joeys came to our campsite to eat. We stared at each other ...
... day was not over. Our annual trip to Cooma McDonalds was still to come. I’m pretty sure that in years to come there will be a community notice in the local paper to announce to local residents to evacuate McDonalds when the Genesis Christian College Year 6 Canberra Trip passes through. It was mayhem. It was intense. It was intimidating. But it was good! 117 stomachs were fed in record time.
... Kim was shouting “spay it, spray it” so Colin tried this too, emptied the can & thankfully it fell down on the bed. No idea what the people camping next to s thought we were up to !! Anyway, Colin said lets get back into bed…..but neither of s got much sleep.
Carried on next day through the mountains with better weather admiring the views….we both noticed a weird fishy smell & thought how could that be ! So pulled over to ...
... were packed with too much stuff as per usual. However, in our defence we would say that this is mountain country and weather can change in an instant. So we packed our thermals, and our gore-tex rain jackets. I took another pair of shoes as my boots are being a bit of a bother of late. Mind I never did put them on so that was a lump to carry for no reason.
Arriving at Charlotte Pass at 9.10am we were soon on our way. There was a lot of cars in the car ...
... meal and the kids had two. There were no nuggets and chips (thankfully). The kids had very healthy dinners.
The hotel had some fun things to do. There was a pool table, chess table, a Wii and tv room and a spa. In the bar/lounge there was another tv and a beautiful fireplace. Our room was two levels, sort of like a loft. The kids thought that was cool. Tony and I actually got to watch movies on our lap top in bed. What a ...
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