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... into the city to visit the National Archives Centre where census records were kept & she would quite literally sit for hours sifting through archive books & documents. She also told me she would regularly nag my grandfather to drive her to various old churches with graveyards throughout England writing down info from any headstone she found with our family name on it!
Now with the wonderful thing we call ...
... studying how to empty the waste disposal, lets call it a daily dumping station routine for the Maui, although Kelly has set the rules on using public toilets for certain events! Just to tease you all, we are aiming to travel on planes, jet boats, catamaran, quad bikes, ferry, Maui motorhome and helicopter, visiting a volcanic island, caves, the Shire, Tamaki Maori Village for a Hungi, wineries, ...
... for a bite of lunch at Inglewood which is 90 km before Goondiwindi , then drove on to Goondiwindi where we fuelled , and decided to carry on to Moree, arriving there at 4.30 pm, so that was around a 550 km and 8 hours on the road, which made for a long day. Camped that night on the Showgrounds. The Moree Showgrounds are very basic, but for $22 for power and water that's ...
... with him. Jono was stoked to have a chat with Glen Archer and then get a photo with him and Anthony Stevens.
Day 5: We organised a picnic at Mandurah with Daisy and Uncle Ron. It was a beautiful spot on the river. The kids had a play in the playground and then had a paddle in the water, where we saw 3 dolphins swimming around. After lunch Uncle Ron brought us all an ice-cream. We then headed around in the car a bit further to an Adventure Amusement Park where ...
... feeling that we are doing something right in South Africa. We might not have the beautiful buildings, the technology or the legislation, but we have UBUNTU. We know instinctively about what it means to consciously engage, care, honour the spirit of our Elders. Listening to Femada of TAFTA and Sister Lucia of St. Antonine my heart was overflowing with joy in the recognition of kindred African spirits. I saw on the audience how they touched ...