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... show and tell. Then when we had our time back at Kingaroy, it really hit her hard I think. Plus there were other challenges, such as getting her over her fears of pit toilets (she was afraid that she would fall in) and sleeping at night (we did have the girls sleeping in the one bed to save space, but it was much better when they got separated into their own space, and now Krystal loves her top bunk) We don't seem to see a lot of other families on the road either, which ...
... Christmas holidays and where we would stay, and a few phone calls confirmed that. But we did book Christmas holiday accommodation eventually, and also a Christmas lunch, so it was a well spent morning. Then we had a look at the calendar and decided to continue heading west and south, less crowds ! We haven't really struck traffic, and we don't really want to either. The road to Burrenjuck was via the Hume Highway, and if you are ...
... peace and understanding. So a big day in Cowra, for a town we hadn't planned to stay at ! We did get down the road to Yass eventually, feeling like faith in humanity has been restored. I didn't expect to feel affected by what we learnt and viewed today, but I was, which is a real credit to the town of Cowra. Well done, and Lest We ...
... do have some boating experience with power boats but no formal training. I am a retired Air Force pilot and my wife is a computer engineer/project manager. We are a (young ;)) 44 years old. This decision came after considering all the factors currently in play. We live in Australia at present but are both from Canada and I am a dual New Zealand national (Thanks Mom!). We were both ready to leave our jobs although we have enjoyed our experiences ...
... been likened to the Running of the Bulls in Pamplona and is considered Boorowa’s special woolly version. It is not to be compared to the danger of the bulls as our sheep are cute and cuddly but certainly as visually exciting. Visitors love the sheepdog component when they see the trusty kelpies leaping on and off the ...