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My last day was spent in the Sydney office (pix attached) meeting with the great staff there. Our office is just across the Harbor Bridge and has beautiful views, which I tried to capture between monsoon rains! Office is a melting pot of cultures, including a woman named Julia for Russia! And the space itself is hip and modern, which I loved. Monday night's dinner was the best I had all week. And I finally got a decent bottle of wine! We went to a place called Otto - which ...
Heading north west today towards New Orleans, we will spend today in Fort Walton. A very quiet day today, caught up on laundry and David worked on our budget diary. Went to Red Lobster for dinner ate too much :( beautiful sunset we sat outside at the restaurant overlooking the ...
On Monday morning we closed our laptops. The weeks of researching farms and distilleries were soon to come into practice as we hit the road for Dixie, Georgia to find Thompson's farm, specialising in pigs and most importantly: bacon. A little nervous that this was going to be the first time filming and taking photographs I was more than a bit apprehensive as we pulled into the farm to be greeted by Andrew Thompson. After meeting him it ...
... than it should have, because I had to stop and inflate the pontoons on the side of the RV. The rain didn't come down in buckets, it came down in 200 gallon drums. Visibility was almost to the windshield. I haven’t seen rain like this since I was a cabin boy for Noah.
It’s still raining now, as we sit here ...
... was full of swallowtails.
Dewey City is one mile west of the center of Thomasville, is home to the Black American History Museum, and features some interesting old buildings. Thomasville itself is full of historic homes and buildings, many of which are quite beautiful. The Big Oak is Thomasville's oldest and most cherished landmark; the limb span of the great oak is 165 feet and ...
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