Junction Motel Maryborough
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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Awoke to showers today. Explored Maryborough ( a very quiet place these days due to loss of major industries and flood victims not bothering to open business again). At the tourist information building found an advert for a historical home called Brooklyn situated in a small town called Howard. The home was a ...
... went for an extended vacation in Australia when she was barely 20 and fell in love with Australia in so many ways. She has been living here ever since! When she left I was about 10 or 11 years old, I would have been just a kid in grade 5. How amazing would it be to have a family reunion after all these years? There would be so much to talk about and hours of catch up and stories to share! We got Laurie's email addy and iPhone number from my parents and connected with ...
Was just a little chilly last night but the morning dawned with weak sunlight, and the clouds had a look of burning off by mid morning so we remained hopeful of a nice day. I slept heavy and missed what apparently was quite a racket from wild dogs up in the hills!
After breakfast us girls took the kids for a walk to the old station cemetery. There is a lot of history here and the isolated life these people led left me quite thoughtful. For ...
... so that was also helpful.Up to the hospital to see how Helen was going and the Doctors said she had inflammation in the spine, and it would take about 10 days to improve. We had already booked into Maryborough for another night, so that was a good plan. Helen was much better when she got onto her medication and an ice pack and gel on her back.It ended up very windy and cool, so we cooked a BBQ and headed off to bed early, as we couldn't sit outside. ...
Nice sleep in this morning, lazy start. Jill arrives in Castlemaine on shuttle bus, yay! Made it to Melbourne airport in plenty of time. Looking for pressies for Mormor and Morfar and baby Ellen, done. Gate18 , wow, thats the biggest plane ever, A380. amazing. Great seats, good company, lots of movies, Identity Thief and I give it a year, fish & veggies ...