Comfort Inn Albany
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... throw the lure just before I landed it!! What I didn’t however see was where my lure ended up….as I kept reeling in, an Asian chap fishing next to me (some 10 metres away) was yelling at me madly and pointing to his ******…….yes that’s where my lure ended up. Luckily for him he was wearing nice baggy tracksuit pants so no major damage done, and he and his group of friends all had a good chuckle - so all ...
... br> stations take part by having a golf hole. This is also good for
business of course . This is still a working sheep station as well
as the roadhouse and caravan stop. So only a set walking track up to
lookout is for the public, we saw three wedge tail eagles up there.
I had a shower when we got back and
Larry went for his just before dinner. Well he was in the shower
cubicle and thought that the drain just had dirt or something ...
... more erratic, the arguments more vocal and the laughter louder. It is usually a tight contest with bribes offered, and sometimes accepted, to the scorekeeper. Costumes are optional and sometimes the batters are having such a good time that they forget to run. All in all it is a great day with speeches and awards given after the game and the trophy held high by the winners before adjoining to the marquee for a post match Bar B Q and more drinks. ...
... just an hour drive back home to unpack and get ready for work. A relaxing late lunch at the local Northbridge plaza. Very warm but not as warm as the next day which will beat a few records and hit 44.4 degrees. We always try to see as much as possible but the size of this continent is catching us out. So more to see down south and thousands of kilometres to travel in the north as well. We are now planning our next trips while based here. We won't get ...
... we were there previously. The three original whale oil storage tanks have been converted into theatres, there are photo and artefact galleries scattered around the site as well as whale skeletons housed in an enormous shed. The photos showed just how tough it would have been working at the whale station. The men wore gum boots with spikes on the bottom to prevent them from slipping off the whale as they cut the flesh from the whale carcass. I was glad the photos were ...