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... t a lot of police about, so law and order caved in. These newly free prisoners could become policemen and there was a lot of monetary incentives for using cunning/imposing their own laws to hand out fines. As a result Ballarat and surrounding became like the American Wild West (except it was Australia and in the East).
3. Because I'm happy to plagiarise, as Wikipedia sums it up so perfectly - interesting ...
... me up from work and off we went on Phase 2 of our holiday. We had booked a room at a motel in Stawell, and calculations said we were not going to arrive until after 9pm. We chose that town for its proximity to the Grampians, as we intend to climb a mountain first thing tomorrow morning.
After the freeway finished at Tailem Bend, we passed by some good south aussie name towns & whistle stops like Coomandook, Ki Ki and Tintinara. Much ...
... and Leesh's turn. The very apt theme of 'My Highland Goat' had us all in hysterics! Tyler does the naughty goat very well. Had no idea he was such a thespian ... how your kids can surprise you! Well done you two.
The night kind of went a little pear shaped after that. Kane and Jason decided they needed to visit the cemetery in the dark?? And Carly decided tonight she would give the rum a nudge! Oh dear ... things could be interesting in the ...
... our return journey and whilst still quite warm there was no wind to speak of and certainly no rain to slow us down. The plan was that we would stop overnight in Horsham, but as we were making very good time we continued on to Stawell, arriving around 3:30pm.
We booked in to the Stawell Grampian's Gate Caravan Park and set ...
Les and I headed of for a walk this morning, but didn't read the map very well and went in the wrong direction. We had a short walk to a Silverband Falls and then headed back into Halls Gap and rang Helen and Bruce to come down for breakfast. This is becoming a habit and we have certainly had some lovely breakfasts. We decided to do some touring and we were going to head to Mackenzie Falls, stopping along the way. We got out at Boroka Lookout and Bruce went down a fire trail ...