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 ...
... chatty. Georgie, aged 5, Jack, aged 8 and Harry, aged 10 all climbed into the back of her car and off they went to school. My first task of the day had gone well, and knowing I wouldn't see the kids again until after they returned home that afternoon, I wondered what my first full day at work had in store for me. I wondered how I would know what I would be doing as I knew Sal had gone into the office for the day. I was soon welcomed into the homestead by Anne, Sal's mother, who ...
... to spray a paddock. It brought back memories of me when as a young fella of about 12, I spent 30 minutes in the tractor while it was out in the paddock going round and round sowing crops and I decided there and then that I no longer wanted to be a farmer.
Anyhow, after a few laps and about 15-20 minutes, the tractor stopped and out came the boys. Harrison wanted to go home and Mitchell wanted to keep going. So he jumped back into the tractor ...
... 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 ...
... click and collect and do a few other things. The first on my list was to sort out my teaching application and complete my working with children check. This time I had all the right paperwork but it still took me nearly and hour to get everything sorted. I went for a coffee, went and did a few things in town, broke my sandals and had to walk bear footed to a shop where I could buy a pair of flip flops, dropped my denim shorts in to get the zip fixed, collected the ...