Ashton Townhouse Motel & Suites
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... Sitting here trying to describe this place is a huge task for me. I think it's hard to come up with any words that do this amazing location justice. I could just throw out any number of meaningless adjectives but I just don't think anyone can fully appreciate what they mean until they see it for themselves. But I will try my best. More on the house and surrounding area later... Sally greeted me with a handshake and a smile and showed me to where I would be living. She had told ...
... 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 ...
... and wouldn't be back before I left, I could feel a wee lump in my throat. Friday, today, my last day! I cleaned most of the flat yesterday and last night and had packed most of my stuff so I just had a few things to do this morning. I finished packing and gave the flat one more once over before I quickly shot down to Roz's to give her a card and say goodbye. I didn't have long because I was going into Gundagai with Sarah to see the Triggs ...
... we'd taken a sneaky peak around some do the course so had a rough idea of what we were up for. We got all sorted, taped our shoes and socks and we were off. Starting in the race stalls we headed out the racecourse a short distance before turning back toward our first obstacle which was climbing up onto the top of a shipping container before jumping off the other side into a 4m pit of dirty water! One way to get you stuck right it. I loved it, right for that minute i ...