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... road, I asked if that would be one Webby would be interested in? Mick wasn't interested, so that was okay. I took a photo for you Webby!!
We bought a few groceries, and prawns for tea tonight, then came back to the caravan park for a nap. Nice and easy today, which has been good for us. Last night their was a lot of noise, with roadworks being done outside the Park, we even felt vibration in the ...
As we left Gundagai, the valley's were clouded in fog, which didn't lift til 1030.
Followed the Hume Highway and bypassed Sydney, but still had to navigate through West Pennent Hills Road.
Had some trouble finding the caravan park in Stockton, ended up at the top of ahill on very narrow street which made turning around very difficult. ...
... grandparents, etc. all participating and wearing white to get colored. It was also nice that the course was split in half for people who wanted to walk and for those that wanted to run. Along the course, there were color sections where runners were sprayed with colored powder. There was an orange, blue, yellow and pink section and each one had tons of people dumping the color on us as we went through. I never thought I would say this, but the race went by so fast! Before we ...
Woke early - over to get my morning coffee, it's nice that after the 2nd day of getting coffee the fellow knew my order and my name, so nice to walk in and get a cheery good morning Sue, I'll have your order ready soon! Would've thrown him if I changed it! though he did try and talk me into a bagel every day - I never did, going to miss this treatment!
Back to the hotel to finish packing, make sure we hadn't missed anything and ...
... hit. The great thing about hitting the smaller or more local
wineries is that they tend not to skimp on the amount of wine samples they dole out.
We started at the Ivanhoe Winery and they gave us 7 samples of white wine before
they even started on the reds. And this was at 9:30 in the morning! We then stopped
at the Brokenwood winery and again we sampled over a dozen different wines. It was
here that Monica and I ...