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... buildings constructed using convict labour, claiming the titles of Australia's oldest bridge still in use, oldest Catholic church still in use and the prison where Ikey Solomon was an inmate (made famous by Bryce Courtney's book The Potato Factory).
The die hard riders had revved into Richmond a little earlier for the special briefing and we just caught the group of 39 leaving. I almost caught Jake staring at ...
... director vehicle at the front where the ride director has a radio, as do about 10 riders in the peloton, the mechanic vehicle at the back with the ride radio AND a CB radio for communicating with any trucks in the area. This was - instructions can be relayed to the peloton to ensure everyone is behaving themselves and not all over the road. The peloton starts with some good riders on the front to do the work, the struggling riders in the middle and some more good ...
... have been called Avanti. I practiced for Cradle Mtn and carried a fully laden 18 kg pack. Several people commented on why I was carrying the pack and not my beefy husband. Maybe they thought I was just carrying my makeup and craft. I was last here doing the wine glass bay walk 24 years ago with Jayne. See you soon in Cradle! My knees, hips and back were pretty sore last night but all good today. Grace kept saying how amazing it was to do ...
... relaxing place together. It was so peaceful morning and we enjoyed the scenery and the solace that the park had to offer.ax well as all the wonderful trees and plants there was also memorials , pavilions, water fountains and a display of Macau monkeys who were very entertaining. So energetic so early in the morning jumping, bouncing, preening each other and running around making their squeaky noises. We both thought it was a strange display to ...
... that stage I was
so close behind Rob he was almost piggy backing me, but Rob said it was a
BIGGY. We just stopped and gave it right
of way and no harm was done.
We returned to the township of St Mary’s, which is very tiny,
but the local take away made nice hot chips and sold traditional Double Sars
(YUM!). This took us both back to our childhood and the good old days. We had to have a 'car picnic’ because the
wind was ...