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... the constantly horrendous traffic (all day everyday). However once we arrived it was well worth it. The brewery sprawls across a large farm like field with a small pour room, numerous picnic tables and large open air farmhouse with a pizza food truck (obviously). There was a fire pit, bags, a couple of dogs and a number of children running around playing in the fields. It felt more like a secluded winery than a brewery. We stuck strictly to thier sour ...
... before we ordered. You order the cooked meats you want by weight & the sides & bread & it is packed in front of you in a grease paper lined crate which you take with you to find yourself a table. The atmosphere is very loud & rowdy but extremely happy & friendly, like nothing I've seen at home in Australia. And the food itself of course is moist & tender with flavour to die for!! Think that's enough for one post, onto Vegas ...
... the evening. I got up for an early run on Tuesday, but had to drag Mom out of bed first to see the gorgeous sunrise from the 3rd floor of the dorm.
We're both improving on the recorder and stretching our abilities. I'm playing in a few consorts that involve either recorders only, or a mix of winds and strings. Hearing so many of these instruments being played together is truly ...
... one you get to race someone on, which is a lot of fun! It was also my favorite line out of all of them.
The GREAT thing about this company (and there are many great things) is that they have the lines set up where you don't have to stop yourself; they have a breaking system that lets you just sit back and enjoy yourself without having to worry about stopping in time. It was AWESOME. This was my first time zip lining and ...
... variables that kids introduce. I knew, therefore, that I'd also have to be a quick thinker.
Practice was in order, so on nights when Kathy was working late and I was home alone, I'd practice my ho, ho, hos and speaking in my Santa voice. I'd run through questions I thought kids would ask and practice fluid answers so I didn't form thoughts on the fly and stumble over my words. I used the dogs and cats as unwilling participants and sat them on my knee as ...
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