Pavilion on Northbourne
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... top near Helen's house, could see the scars left by the devastating fires ten years ago, and in the afternoon drove to see the embassies dotted around the Capital and up to Mugga Way ( the equivalent of Springfield) multi million dollar homes.
Monday we head east towards the coast for a few days relaxation then on to Kangaroo Valley for the 70th birthday celebrations of the Wesley Smith ...
... headed to Lake Burley Griffin for a stroll along the water to the National Museum. By the time we finished investigating we were ready for an early meal and bed to catch up on sleep!
We both went for morning runs the next day before it got too warm. Orla set off for 21km around the lake in beautiful park-like settings with dozens of cockatoos in the trees, while Liam chugged 9km round trip up and down a ...
... really is a lovely scene. The relaxed Canberra crowd all turn out in Brumbies shirts and sit quietly munching on chips and supping beer, like most modern sports experiences the crowd expects to be entertained, there is no atmosphere even though it's a Friday night. The tannoy beg the crowd to clap along but they won't. The stadium is 95% uncovered so that accounts for the double price for undercover seating. Karmichael Hunt is making his debut from rugby league and ...
... us. We stayed in a spectacular free campsite - the stars all came out to light up the night sky, as well as the local wombat families which we almost tripped over in the dark. To add to the big things we have seen thus far we visited the Big Merino (big sheep) on our way to Canberra. It was massive and drew us Welshies in. The next day consisted of some serious touristing. Firstly we visited the ANZAC Memorial which was so ...
... full-time captain, low hours/use, many upgrades, 'right' size (more later on that), features of boat and of course the price which while not a 'bargain' we felt was fair. Well, it was fair when we made the deal but got a lot less fair as the Canadian dollar plummeted between the agreement and the payment!! (we bought the boat in USD).
That's it for now...check in later for more on the saga of boat buying for newbies!!
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