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... entryway path and emu feeders. The rain from
yesterday had left a blanket of sand and mud over half the walkway
when you first enter. Armed with shovels, we scraped away to reveal
the bitumen underneath. It was honestly great to get into some hard
labour for once. Haha. At the end, Steph came by with Bella, to go
for a walk. After a while, Steph passed by again, but in a hurry. She
was holding the dumpling of a marsupial in her arms, ...
... the scary dark cloud above me started to spit slush.
The rain picked up and then all heaven broke loose. Hail the size of
mini M&Ms showered down. I stood beneath a tree, feeling the cold
water start to soak through my jacket. I needed to move so I could
save my wallet and phone. So, I walked to a bus stop and, facing the
back corner like an overwintering penguin, waited it out. The rain
and hail were intense, but faded ...
... do. We were sent to the Forest
area behind the open-air eating area. The Forest is a semi-circle of
koala enclosures. Pauline and Leah were there scrubbing the branches
the koalas climb on. Fresh eucalyptus branches are cut and brought in
every few days for the little arboreal fuzz balls. To increase the
longevity of the branches, they sit in pots made of PVC tubing
hanging on nails in the branches.
The staff at Lone Pine are very
... sleepers. DH listened to his favourite tunes on his headphones when he drove. The kids watched one movie at the start of the trip, and then elected to sleep, so all was quiet in the back.
Our car is a 4WD diesel Hyundai Santa Fe Highlander and was pretty fuel efficient for a 4WD, using between 5.5 - 6.5 litres per 100km, so we filled up before we left, then once at the halfway mark, and then a top-up right before we headed up Mount Buller. I had also had the Santa ...
... history museum. It is contained within the City Hall and offers a range of exhibits about the city's past. It was opened in 2003 and since 2013 it now occupies a purpose-built space on the third floor of the building.
This is the seat of government ...