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... road to Casuarina Sands where we walked along the Banks of the Murrumbidgee River, we found plenty of Wombat burrows, tried to see into them but the wombats were too far in. We had our picnic here, the weather has warmed up a little and the sun is out which is a lovely change.
Onwards,....pulled in at Cotter Dam, there is a fantastic reserve set out here, heaps of picnic tables, bbqs, kids playground, areas to paddle in the water. Lovely place to visit.
... for it's historical buildings, a great range of art and craft and The McFeeters Motor Museum which houses a private collection of meticulously restored motor vehicles. We were privileged to get a personal guided tour of the museum by Mrs McFeeters. A truely amazing lady who gave us a great commentry on a large selection of the vehicles including the first version of a motor home and caravan from ...
... were interested to hear that each High Commission/Embassy is sovereign land for that country and not actually owned by Australia.
The day concluded with a very enjoyable visit to the National Film and Sound Archives. It was
great to hear that the very first film made in the world was indeed Australian –‘The Story of the Kelly Gang’, made in 1906. ...
As we near the end of our holiday we are slowing down a bit with the adventures....not that that is a bad thing from our perspective - sometime down days are the best ways to really see how people live on a day to day basis. Today we spent the morning and early afternoon cleaning out suitcases and getting organized and doing some basic clean up here. Eight people in Katherine and Barney's house is a lot of taxing on a nice house. As is typical ...
... bus. So we made our way back to the busstop in good time. There was a tree by the bus stop that I wanted to take a picture of...but...a rubbish bin was in the way. Another passenger kindly wheeled it out of the way and then back again after I'd taken my shot.
We then continued on the bus to the Australia Museum, via Commonwealth Ave where the embassies and all the High Commissions are. We had some lunch and had a quick look at some ...