Brassey of Canberra
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... t miss too much! We have yet to spot a live snake, not in a reserve and the spiders so far have been alleged to be harmless. We did get jelly fish stings while fishing but fortunately and rather obviously, not the deadly ones! A bonus of course, crocodiles don't live this far south. We have witnessed some awesome storms and seen torrential rainfall, followed very quickly by sun, with day time temperatures ranging anywhere from 28C to 35C, with ...
... future and can expand if and when the population increases or the system of allocation of seats is changed.
*The Coat of Arms that stands above the main entrance of Parliament House was designed by Artist Robin Blau. It is made in stainless steel and reflects Aborigine Rock art. The Artist has used the skeleton technique in order to make it 2 dimensional.
*Our final visit of the day is to the National Gallery which has ...
... of our objectives was to visit the Visitors Centre. Can you believe it? It is 3 k from the City Core. Useless, except for visitors arriving from the north by car. it was a stop for our bus, so we got off but it was not of any help to us. Paula is looking for that very special gift to fill the second suit case she purchased in Melbourne! We completed the tour of all the usual sites, Parliament Buildings, Embassies, National Gallery ...
... just lying there with no one taking any notice.
We arrive at the take-away, and the lady behind the counter just shrugs it off.
"Bloody 'roos all over the place. I hope the car wasn't damaged too much."
We reluctantly take our sandwiches, hoping they are not kangaroo meat, and continue to Pretty Beach for lunch. We are passing a caravan (RV) park and Marina exclaims ”Kangaroos a la vista!”
... a trip for lunch at The Long Track Pantry in Jugiong, we packed up and headed to the caravan park to set up so we could spend a couple of weeks with our daughter and her partner and our beautiful little granddaughter Arna Jane, who was turning one on the 12th September.
It was very cold and windy when we arrived, and of course, had to visit our granddaughter and do some grocery shopping to stock up. Thursday and Friday were spend preparing for the ...