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... where David (one of Alasdair's sons) did a bit of kite surfing with his son. On the way to the beach there was a large group of teens and early 20 year olds drinking and having fun. Two guys were setting a disagreement with a bit of bare knuckle fighting (Old Queenbury Rules style). It was quite comical to watch the two intoxicated lads holding their dukes up although ...
... finished their Safari week and the GS Safari riders (243 dirt and bitumen riders, plus 32 odd support staff) who were about to start their week of riding. The crowd drooled when the event organisers (Trudi and Nick from Maschine) showed the entire BMW Enduro Safari DVD, held earlier in the year between Darwin and Palm Cove, and listened intently as they ran through all the TS, GS and GS Enduro Safaris since their inception ...
... find $148 to celebrate Di's birthday, little did Dallas know this was his birthday present to Di, thanks Dallas, good taste. We all sang happy birthday followed by Ann ringing her gong - with permission from the staff, other residents all smiled from our enthusiasm to have a good time. Di was obviously a touched embarrassed as she turned bright red. From the menu for Main course was either eggs Benedict, eggs with Rosti or omelet with trimmings. This was followed by ...
... of the blog comes from the song Omaha by the Counting Crows. With lyrics like "roll a new leaf over" and "it's the heart that matters", I think it refers to change, finding meaning and the circle of life. Most of our travels will also be through middle America, which is more of a cultural reference than a particular area. You can listen to it here:
Omaha by the Counting ...
... recent rain was evident – the river was flowing quite quickly. The walk was about 40 minutes return, it was getting dark by the time we got back to the car, however when we drove out of the valley it was still quite light.
A few stops a some lookouts and an hour later we arrived at Hadspen. The caravan park is right beside an IGA so it was BBQ chicken for dinner.
Tomorrow it’s off to see Seahorses and Platypus in the Tamar ...