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Travel Blogs from Wagga Wagga
... So ager a group photo we said our goodbyes and then drove down the road 10mins to the Nth Berry Jerry cemetery to see where all the ancestors were buried. Last time I was there I was pallbearer for my grandfather who died in 2003. Gave Harrison and Mitchell a crash course in their heritage.
After a bush toilet stop, we headed back into Coolamon to the laundromat, but it was STILL busy so we grabbed some lunch at the Cafe in the main ...
... giving out samples to try. All organically grown licorice, some chocolate coated and oh so nice. We couldn't help but purchase $30 worth of Rocky Road, Licorice and a bag of assorted seconds. Kept the kids quite for a bit anyway.
Tonight its our last stop in Wagga Wagga, then we begin our last drive home. We are all really looking forward to catching up with family and friends. Be prepared for nearly 10,000 photos to sit though.
... going to see and by the time I'd thought about it on Saturday it wouldn't have been worth it so I just left it until Sunday. It some sort of festival kind of like the farmers shows back home but more to do with lots of different outback riding challenges like penning animals on horseback and, riding a bucking bronco and, catching a brumby and lots of other things that I didn't get to see because they took place on the Saturday. And then there were lots of horse and ...
The end of week 6 which is half way through my rural work. Yay. Although I'm thoroughly enjoying it I'm also excited to plan and travel when I'm done. This week was back to normal, 5 days, Monday to Friday. On Tuesday the mower broke so I mowed on Wednesday instead and ended up in Wagga on Tuesday. I went in to get Sal's click and collect and do a few other odds and ends she'd asked me to do. I headed in pretty early, around 9.30am after doing a few ...
... up for the weekend. That night Georgie was getting an award at her school and they had to go to a service at 6pm. I went back and showered, poured a glass of wine and headed back round to the pool with a book for a little longer. It was a nice temperature to lie in, not too hot. And the glass of wine made it all the better. The night dragged a bit because there wasn't much to do. I had dinner and watched a bit of the Winter Olympics before reading a bit before heading to bed about ...
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