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... to fully shower and have my breakfast at
home, so I packed it, showered like a lazy woman, and got back on the
bike. Happy to take a break, I sat at the bus stop and sipped my
banana and mulberry smoothie and ate some delicious cocoa and peanut
butter energy balls Patty made.
The rest of the crew came and was calm
today. Daniel hovered in the back, on his phone. The rest of us zoned
out or read our books. My dinosaur read is getting mildly better, but
... than its internet capabilities, moving swiftly onto St Stephens cathedral hidden away through a small alleyway. Through the gardens of the church where many of Brisbane's working folk had opted to enjoy their lunch break and out to the river banks where we followed the running and cycling tracks for ten minutes or so. Botanic gardens came next bringing with it the end of the morning session, time for lunch. The gardens were lovely and full of wildlife, so we sat down ...
shearing in Australia. He used a hanging harness (loop) on springs to
support his torso while bending over. He said it is very common to
use to save a shearer's back. I can imagine. The average sheep is 2
minutes to shear. The world record is over 500 sheep in an 8 hour
day. That's just over one sheep per minute. I cannot even imagine
what that would look like. This bloke took his time to show us. The
wether (castrated male sheep) only had about three ...
... Myself, I had more interesting catches. I first I got a baitfish that had its head bitten off while on my hook. Then a little crab with long arms, and then a starfish! Sadly although we got bites, we didn't catch anything else over the later few hours. Was nice to get out, although the return trip to land wasn't quite as enjoyable (the waves had picked up, and shortly into the return trip I was cursing like mad thanks to the waves slamming into the boat and making my butt and back ...
... but it proved to be too
far inland to allow access by large ships, so Brisbane was chosen
instead. But it was not until 1902 that Brisbane was officially
designated a city.
Flooding on ...