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... a bit of my book. I talked with David
about his weekend, sharing stories and laughing. We have a
crazy-similar sense of humour, so laughing is always easy.
After lunch, we prepared the bat food
and then started to feed out. The wombats went first, then we hid the
dingo food around their enclosures and watched, delighted, as they
snuffled and darted about. Simpson was not as good that day as
Tanami, so she found and snapped up three bits of his ...
... blades and sprayed some of the crowd. They flew
sideways, backwards and one pilot even spun his in a circle really
quickly. I had never seen aircraft do that so close before. As the
sun set, the lights of the choppers became brighter and brighter. The
bridge was outlined in purple LEDS, so between that, the helicopter
signals and the city's lights, it was quite a sight.
Jazmyn and Babsi arrived after 18.00
and chatted until Nora and ...
I did a 30 min run down some new roads
and into new parks. I found a riverside trail that I am now very keen
to keep going on. I chuckled to myself while running in the gentle
breeze past the rippling river. There are crocodiles are sharks in
there; looks are so deceiving! My North American mind just thinks,
'oh, hop on in! There may be some large fish, but nothing major.' You
are oh so wrong, brain!
I got back to Lone Pine, changed, and
started. I was assigned ...
... and has a awesome house which includes some great DIY additions. It was a struggle on the last day having no car. Gladstone has a poor public transport system. So we ended up walking across town to get back to our house. We had a very long and tiring day trying to clean the house before we left. Finally after somewhat finishing the cleaning we left the remainder of our stuff on the front lawn for our workmates to collect for free we got a ride down to Century 21 to hand our keys in. ...
... in the Australian state of Queensland. Located 100 km north of the state capital Brisbane in South East Queensland on the Pacific Ocean coastline, its urban area spans approximately 60 km of coastline and hinterland from Pelican Waters to Tewantin.
At the 2011 Australian Census the urban ...
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