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... small as a mouse. A wren I think.
We headed in the other direction when leaving the Gardens wishing to walk around Lake Burley Griffin to the National Museum of Australia where Phar Lap's heart and Holden’s Prototype No 1 is on display. This museum features all things Australian both in history and culture. You could spend hours here.
We walked past the Captain Cook Memorial unfortunately the jet in the lake ...
... enjoying a pleasant evening with Sue. Next day we drove towards Berrima and stopped for coffee at the Bradman musuem, but just for coffee and morning tea. Whilst there Sue got a call from the Council depot to say they had Daisy. We still drove on to Bowral to meet Simone for lunch at an Italian restaurant before returning home to get the cage for Daisy. Simone and daughter Lulu called by to say hello ...
... t forgotten that past Beebee, though. Setting out on solo travels. Lone adventures. Looking for her home, her place, herself. To quote the divine Ms Dunham just one last time, I can still see her so clearly, and fondly, in my mind's eye:
“There she goes, backpack on, headed for the subway or the airport. She did her best with her eyeliner. She learned a new word she wants to try out on you. She is ambling along. She is looking for it.”
... the coast for a while now, we had not "officially" started The Great Ocean Road, or the B100 to give it it's appropriate name. After a few minutes of being on it, heading out to the coast from the fields of green there was a drastic chance in scenery. Perhaps unexpectedly for Vicky & I, we found ourselves driving on top of limestone cliffs as the ocean fell away to our right. Our presumption of the GOR would be that we drove next to the beaches and shoreline rather than high above ...
... After the sun dipped behind the hills, we sat under blankets with mulled wine, watching acoustic artists in a roofless, rustic, cylindrical ruin listening music by candlelight. This has to easily be the coolest thing in the ACT on this Saturday night. My definition of cool has changed.
Finally, we rushed back to meet 'the girls' (Ali and Sophie) and take them out to Brodburger, THE burger place to go (says every person ...