Oaks Casino Towers
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... still dry and scientific as heck.
came and got us, then David, Nora and I were ALL assigned to the
Barn. I was worried we would have nothing to do after about a half a
day. But, Amy the actual Head Barnkeeper was back from a break, and
she kept us busy. Amy first appeared yesterday and I did not know who
she was. She is a kind person and is easy to get along with. She
vented to us about a slightly nuts woman from whom she was trying to
get three ex-battery ...
... bench to enjoy our sausage sandwiches. Unfortunately this brought about a near-death experience (Nathan may wish to cover his ears for the rest of this paragraph), as there was one small bird who continued to hop around in hope of food, getting far too close to us on numerous occasions. Eventually getting a little annoyed, efforts were made to scare said small bird away only for it to then become quite sqwawky. Nothing was thought of it initially, until many of its ...
... on him
and quietly sat for the demonstration.
After the show, Hunter the dog and the
Aussie went for pictures. I asked him about where they get the sheep
(from a farm nearby) and what he does (semi-retired, so does the Lone
Pine gig and then some hobby farm shearing in the spring). He was
really nice and we parted saying 'see you around.'
I got some cash from the ATM for the
farmer's market, which was going on from 2-7pm. The main drop-off
Had another breakfast at the hotel then wandered out to be picked up by an old friend. After picking us up, he took us to the mount tambourine area. We did one of the trails (slightly shortened thanks to traffic), stop by a cheese shop and then on our way out tried to stop at the Beenleigh distillery although we couldn't figure out where to get in. Chilled out the rest of the night and enjoyed an awesome dinner prepared by my ...
The 1893 Black February floods
caused severe flooding in the region and devastated the city. Raging
flood waters destroyed the first of several versions of the Victoria Bridge. Even though gold ...