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Travel Blogs from Dubbo
... to the bike rack that we had noticed, wobbled free of its holding. We decided to set up camp at Poplars Caravan Park right in the middle of town (yes it is Bogan-ville here), and in hind-sight... a bad decision. More later.
So we were able to buy the necessary sleeping bag replacements @ BCF and the parts to fix up the bike rack. Night was setting in and it became horridly cold by about 6pm.
Today we travelled to Dubbo where we joined Marg ant Tyge Spencer .We had holidayed with them 2 years ago and had a good time..On our way we stopped at Nyngan for a break and went to the railway stn and museum.What a great display.Had a helicoptor out the front.The town had survived huge floods some years ago.After setting up in Dubbo i noticed a leak in the hotwater pipe under the van so we hunted up a van parts place,got the bits and renewed the pipe.Sat around talking the rest of the ...
... was breezy. I sat in a chair, chilling for a while, it was so peaceful watching the sun setting & listening to the birds singing. I took some pictures of the sun setting near the riverside.
Jay put on the BBQ ready to heat up some Lasagne for a quick & easy tea.
Jay & Braiden made a great fire. We spent the rest of the night gazing into the fire relaxing after a long drive & early start. We were all in bed by ...
5th December, 2011
I have just returned from what I have been calling "a long walk". Of course this isn't really true because it's only about 5-6 kms, but it is the stage after the nightly treadmill-after-work sessions. Our road does a circle and I have been walking this circle each morning. There are two "hills", really just inclines but I feel good when I think of ...
... pace and direction of conversation set
in them. Usually the effect is more noticed in casual settings, and
often does not appear at all when dealing with people professionally
or with a counter between us, but is still noticeable. Aussies and
Kiwis alike, when approached casually, will readily engage in
conversation with you on just about any premise you care to offer,
but disengaging is often a huge struggle. I mean to say, ask for
directions and you'll ...