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... and visited the little cottage that had photos of when the area flooded in 1929 and 2011. They also had other photos of different times over the years.
We left and on our way home we checked out Carrick, Hagley, Westbury and Exton. Not much at any of them but once again it is interesting countryside.
We we got back to Deloraine and checked out the two op shops but did not make any purchases. We did ...
Today I went to see the Niagara Falls. It was a beautiful waterfall to look at. It is 51 metres high and has over 150 000 gallons of water spilling over the edge of the Niagara Falls per second. It is also the widest waterfall in North America. The word 'Niagara' means thundering water which explains the incredible sound of the falls and why I felt a bit scared. I ...
... action was happening as one of them kept making the body moves but backing off all the time. I watched it for about 3 minutes when the guy doing the following swung a right roundhouse into the other lads jaw. It was more of a slap really and it pretty much ended there as they then decided that they were too tired to carry on and shook hands ha ha! You don't see that ...
... and other goodies. Oh well if that is the only downside it ain't too bad.
About two pm we headed out aiming for our campsite about 35 km away. A lovely journey through more picturesque countryside. The campsite is amazing, right next to a trickling, rushing babbling brook. Well actually it is the river that feeds Launceston. However, in this instance, it is just starting and looked like a stream. Myrtle ...
... The boys had been to the local steam museum, found more bakeries, met with some other guys who are also on the Safari that we ride with in Melbourne and had a ride to Bridport, with others heading off to take on the sandy beaches of Tomahawk.
A shower brought a bit of life back into the body then it was to Albert Hall for the 20th Anniversary Dinner, an event shared by the TS Safari riders (110 bitumen riders) who ...