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... was Roger Casement, he was executed in England in 1916 for gun running,now an interesting fact is that I went to his “lying in State” as a young chap,I know I look old but that old? What happened was...in 1966 he was exhumed and his body brought back to Ireland to be buried, where I as a wee chappie was brought along by me Dad or was it me Grandad????ANYWAY he “lay in State” for a few days before being buried in ...
... restaurant called the "South Australian Company Store" in Angaston. We were served a very nice entree plate (appetizers) with our wine samples and then a main course. Chas and I had the Bratwurst, Sandra had Lamb Shank and Frank opted for the Kangaroo and Shiraz Pie. He said it was very good ... I'll take his word for it.
We then headed off again towards Hahndorf. We passed something that seemed very interesting, a ...
... amazing home cooked meal by Di and then over to John and Deb's for the night.
Last night was probably my last with the Mullaney's, I have totally taken the biscuit with how long I've stayed so far and with more relatives on the way in to an already crowded house, I've put myself in to a hostel for my last week in Adelaide. I'll be eternally grateful for everything Sarah, Fletcher, Michael and Di have done for me, I can't repay them enough for these last few ...
Got a great reception at the airport last night, met by the whole clan pretty much, Sarah, Debbie, Fletcher and Sarah's 3 gorgeous kids, Charli, Tayah (my new best friend) and little baby Jovi all turned out in force to welcome me back to Adelaide. It was obviously pretty late for the kids, especially after a trip to Nan and Grandad's, so it was bed time when we got home and tbh, I wasn't that far behind, getting in to my bed ...
... on the Torrens River. Then we walked over the new bridge to Adelaide Oval. It all looks very different now with the new stands. Cameron's quote of the day was when we were driving down Melbourne Street and passed Bad Bob's Big Burgers and he said 'That's a lot of alliteration'. Drove down to Glenelg and Rachel and Cameron played on the sand while Narelle and I sat quietly watching them. Ended the day with diner at Nat and ...