Mantra Pavilion Hotel
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... water out of Burrenjuck Dam at the moment, so the flow is quite good, but also fast. Too fast to fish or kayak. Onwards to Wagga Wagga. At this point we are debating the route we will take to Echuca ( where we will spend Christmas) so the debate is how long it will take to travel between towns, and what we want to see in towns that we are passing ...
... on a day of clear chaos, everyone was rushing around and Sal quickly greeted me, and asked me to take the kids up the pathway where they would get picked up for the school bus. She was running late herself and dashed off into her office, which was next door to my flat. I felt as if I had been thrown in at the deep end, but I took a deep breath and took the kids up the path for the bus. Now that I could see the grounds in the morning sunshine, I was once again overwhelmed by the ...
... and Harrison bolted for the car so I took him back to the house. He settled in to watch some movies on Little (his portable DVD player which is just the best thing ever, especially when we bought a replacement power plug in Adelaide after we left the original in Brisbane meaning it could only be watched in the car on the 12V plug). He’s as happy as a pig in mud with Little, and when he discovered Happy Feet at Phil and Donna’s, life ...
... Night. I gathered a team together and we called ourselves A Murder of Crows. To my surprise, none of the other thirty-nine teams had thought of the collective noun for crows as a name for their team. The evening was great fun and we won by quite a few points. A good team with a spread of knowledge across all of us.
Saturday morning brought more games, workshops, ukelele playing, entertainment and lots of chats along the way. We held a Happy Hour near our ...
... it to try and trim as much of the grass away down close to the lake edge before strimming, but due to the fact it was on slant and it was a tad wet underfoot the mower didn't love it and I got stuck. Sal and I had to tow it up the hill using the Suzuki. Thankfully all ended well and I didn't end up ruining the mower by sinking it in the lake although the thought did cross my mind a few times as panicked wondering what I was going to do. On Friday I went to Wagga to ...