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... us, there was a rocky patio and a “do not throw rocks”
sign above it.
Monique checked and double checked us,
then a woman whose birthday it was (and her significant other) went
out into space. A Chinese couple followed, backed by all five Lone
Pine vollies. I was the caboose, with a special extra job. I had to
hook in the traveller for the next guide, which was simple, but cool
that Monique just told me to do it, then went up to the front ...
... at 5:00pm but before closure we were blue to have 3 more rides on the storm, one after each other as there were very little people left. One of the rides we had hopped out of the carriage only to run around and hop back into the same front seat. Stopped at Marina Mirage for drink as the sun set over the boats in the marina and Surface Paradise back drop before changing for ...
... tent (!). We found out that this activity wasn't our thing, since we had to leave the tent open for Anders legs to fit. This however, didn't work very well in the night when the storm came with rain. We decided that we in the future will try and sleep in something more waterproof, and with a bit more ...
Spent this morning getting acquainted with the keypad and iPad Mini again and after getting new batteries installed became suitably proficient again. I am vey heavily into rehearsing still and although I've got six out of the eight songs close to word perfect my singing still needs a lot of work. I shall try to take my own photo and see if I can get that into here. (Seems to have been ...
... and her daughter Megan who now live in Jimboomba (30 k north). We had a nice afternoon and arranged to meet again on Sunday to catch up with her other daughter Chloe. On Friday the 21st, we took a day trip into the scenic rim between Beaudesert and the Gold Coast. This is a lovely area - Tamborine, Tamborine Mountain, Canungra - fantastic views to the west of the hinterland hills and the Gold Coast to the east.