Ashton Townhouse Motel & Suites
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... own dog on the tucker box. By now all the hills were green, streams were flowing and the paddocks were full with slightly rough coated beef cattle and large gnarly Eucalyptus. Very picturesque. We arrived at Paul and Natalie's around 4. Overnight: ...
... world. Heath is also a member of another emergency service and so I was unable to be photographed with him. But I took many photos of the beautiful town he lives in.
He invited me to his home for dinner and I was so pleased to meet his wife Leanne, and their 5 children, 3 boys and twin 2 year old girls, one of whom came straight up to me with a laugh and a smile and happily let me hold her while she chattered away.
Heath cooked a yummy ...
The next day they left about 9am and headed out bush. Daniel came back about 10:30am as we wanted to head out down to Jindabyne today. He said that it was an awesome ride and they were extreme. Some of the places they rode down were incredible. He took some amazing footage of it all.....
We started packing up and left about 1 ish and headed down towards Jindabyen. Luckily it wasn't a big trip to do ...
... a Gamfield and lived near Yass." Maybe so, but the house is nowhere near Yass. That was totally me surmising. Tilly (Matilda) was a cousin to Nanna, and was from one of my family lines that are a mystery. I had been asking and searching online about this guesthouse for sometime and it was only a week or so ago that I finally got a response from another genealogist, pointing to the website. Didn't look too hard did I? Well I did, but nothing was showing up so ...
... built in the cobb and co days that will get the beer across during times of floods.It was a great overnight stop under that bridge. The cows in the paddocks were just as interested in us as we were them. There's a track winding back to an old..... yeh yeh. Tick. Gundagai done.
We even took a drive to Australia's highest town (no its not Nimbin) The bustling metropolis of Cabramurra. We also learned of the loss of the southern ...