Comfort Inn Moe
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... and was completed in 1986. We then went for a drive up to Mt. Baw Baw where it was cold and wet. We arrived back in our Coopers Creek camp where it had been raining all day and was very wet under foot. We planned to move on the following day so some took some of their down in preparation for an early start.
... cricket team and were lucky enough to get a photo . So Saturday the day we had been waiting for the main reason we came to Australia , we woke up and was chucking it down we were worried yet determined . World Cup tees on , face paint on , off for breakfast , was fantastic eggs beniticine . Then off to the pub . It was 10 am and Melbourne was packed , buzzing with everyone , a real good atmosphere around the city .we headed to the town at around 1pm and had amazing seats ...
... to ride the tram! We even had a pleasant meal in the on site cafe, converted from the general store. While talking to the volunteers we learnt a lot about the village of Korumburra, and how coal mining had so much to do with its establishment. The guide also was very informative on the wartime involvement of the people of the area, having had a grandfather and father involved in the first and second world ...
... time available. The result was the packing was done in a rush and the bits and pieces that we wanted like Next G antenna, and CB radio etc was done whilst we were away, not quite ideal and a little more expensive, but these things happen. Chris created a perfect motorhome for us, the bits and pieces are just things we thought of on the way.
Today's jobs were to get a satellite finder for the ...
... in this modern world (thank you, Santa Teresa), nine wins on the trot will see the Tiger Army fully activated and engaged for a rollicking week in the lead up to next Sundays clash with Port Adelaide.
And I won't be a local part of any of it.
If I wasn't feeling so excited at the travels ahead, I could almost feel so very lonesome already.