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... once seen, you never forget – the sentiments of Ataturk engraved on the stone wall behind the beach where so many lives were lost, are moving beyond words. Our links with Gallipoli have another dimension – we killed a sheep there and our Ford Escort was badly damaged. Hence our concerns about road kill in Australia. But this is digression….
*The Canberra War Memorial was opened in 1941, even as World War 2 was being ...
... I slipped, slopped and slapped on our sunscreen, and set off around 8.30am to conquer the trail.
After a short moment of wondering - where the heck is the path - we consulted Sarah's trusty guidebook (A guide to walks in Canberra), and discovered the slightly mown grass path leading to Brayshaw's Hut - the first stop on track. Not that it was hard to get lost at that point - the hut was only about 150 metres ...
... letting everyone
know that Cooma McDonalds is still in one piece. This year Mrs Greenwood resisted
telling children not from Genesis that they were to have no more soft drink and
apart from the odd French fry being left on the floor (we did our best!) the
place was left in an acceptable manner. And this is lucky as another school
turned up just before our speedily exit of the premises.
So as I sit here about ...
... had a heart attack or something and went into a panic attack when she got no response.
I'd was half asleep when I alerted the cabin crew and then felt for his pulse which I could feel on his neck but it was very week. He still had colour in his face and I thought I could feel him breathing but his eyes were wild open but no response still. At this stage his wife was having a full on hysterical panic attack believing ...
... a number of students overcame their fear of heights to step out onto the viewing platform. The remarkably clear day ensured the very best of views! Following a great dinner, we gathered to celebrate our Opening Liturgy that had been prepared by Mrs Roe. (Thanks Mrs Roe!) We’re looking forward to hearing from you. All of your comments will be shared with the children each ...