Alderney on Hay
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... life forms are the same as the ones dominating life on earth for 2200 million years, breathing oxygen into the air. Amazing, and very humbling to be able to see these life forms with one's own eyes.
…is called this for a reason. There is no ...
... the flue, so here comes the warm weather.
Our taxi ride to the airport was a little scary when a car cut in front off us on the round about. The taxi driver nearly had kittens. I was in the front seat, and I was worried about the marks I was going to leave on his seat covers.
Well, we put all that behind us. We had a few beers and wines at the airport and calmed our nerves.
Well we are off on our fantastic holiday! Paris here we ...
... to the Mount Charlotte Reservoir in Kalgoorlie, the water is then reticulated to various mining centres in the Goldfields. O’Connor heard of an Australian engineer, Mephan Ferguson, who developed a steel rivet-less pipe with two joints along its length held together by a locking-bar. He realised at once that this was the type of pipe to be used in a line, much of which ran through dry, hot country. Millions of gallons would be ...
... s play in the mountains you can relax with a Bright beer or a glass of cool wine.
Hop in the saddle in Mansfield to experience the true cattleman experience. Ride through the lovely scenery or take it easier and enjoy a round or two of golf in the fresh air before heading for a glass of refreshing wine from local vineyards of the Upper Goulburn wine area.
... are woken up, then cooled again later to an even colder temperature so they go into a deep coma. They are then packed in polystyrene boxes with wood shavings. They are flown overseas and then woken up in warmer water and transported to the restaurants that have bought them - all within 36 hours and still alive.
We had a good time in Geraldton, but it was time to move on - we then realised we might find it hard to find a caravan park site ...