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... to do it when we go the camp.
The final thing that we did was see an advanced technology robot. You could ask it questions and make it flex its muscles and kiss them. We even got a video of it dancing and singing to "Singing in the Rain".
I reckon when you go there you will all really enjoy it.
... on the tucker box'. It has some significance to Australians but wasn't particularly impressive.
We arrived at a place called Yass which was quite pretty but couldn't find a suitable way down to the river so we stopped for a coffee in the park. A guy arrived and proceeded to crash his car into the kerb!
The rest of the drive into ACT was on highways. Like Washington DC, Canberra is a capital in a small ...
... centenary celebrations there was a couple of activities before entering the museum proper. The kids got to make their own board games which they have all been enjoying since - Elijah's was about ninjas, Levi's riding bikes and Lily's of course princesses. Photos of the kids and their games may be on the website in a day or two.The museum displays themselves are not necessarily natural history, but ...
... in the souvenir shops.
Our budding scientists had a blast at CSIRO, where their ability to hold insects without displaying any fear was tested. Most students and Mrs Todd passed with flying colours with only a few fleeing into the corner and hiding behind a few protective teachers.
Upon our return to Warrambui tonight, it was a mad dash to have showers and pack bags in preparation for our homecoming tomorrow afternoon. This all had to happen before ...
... Park where we set up camp.
Friday 28 June –
Broken Hill /Silverton
Silverton is 25 km from Broken Hill. During the ...