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As we walked back we began to feel the full force of the sun as it shined very strong and bright when the clouds stayed away, and we contemplated adding another layer of sunscreen to avoid sunburn.
Annoyingly, while the weather was very warm when the sun was out, it was quite cool when it went behind the clouds - which seemed to increase in density as we continued our walk. I hadn't bothered with ...
presence here in Canberra. His name has been heard at regular times throughout
the trip so far and we recognise that he especially would have loved to be
involved in the War Memorial ceremony this afternoon. We miss you Mr K and we
wish you were here.
Chris Walters and the Canberra team
PS More photos and today's video will be uploaded on the way to the snow tomorrow morning. Stay posted...
... roll but they had all sold out (thanks kids!). So when we went back there in 2012, Mrs Monks distracted the kids as we went to buy the sausage rolls for the staff before the kids could get them. They were good sausage rolls! Since Mr Scally was not going on the trip this year, he had told his year nine students to make sure they got a sausage roll. Knowing this, I made it clear I was going to get my sausage roll even if it meant I had to push a few students out ...
... today. We did see his uniform in a showcase which was pretty impressive - my word that man is mighty!
The day ended with a wreath post ceremony at 5.00 around the Remembrance Pool, which included wreath laying by a visiting school group, a bag-piped lament, a reading of the biography of a young soldier killed in action during WW1, and a recitation of the oath, concluded by a bugler playing the Last Post. It was all very ...
... hundred miles of highway, with bike still attached!
We decided to start our trip via Canberra, as George's niece has just had a baby. This will be followed by a brief stay in Sydney to see other relatives, then our adventures will really begin.
As we had left Melbourne so late, we obviously could not get there in one day. But George, living up to his reputation, insisted on pushing on as far as possible before stopping. We had ...