The Outback Lodge
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... island's rats, sea water, and guard torture.
Crane 227 was placed into service in Iceland then was later transported to Australia in 1945 to support the British Fleet. Towing the 2,750-ton floating dock required two 300-ton tugs that were exposed to endless gale storms. During one ten-day storm, the ropes broke five times and the dock drifted for 3 days. Two relief tugs were available to help out and eventually the crane made it to the island.
... saved the value of both surf boards put together in motocross bike exhaust pipes alone. I used to flatten them against the frame every time the ruts got deep enough to lay it flat in the corners. In fact, taking diesel, race fuel and everything else I break regularly into account, I bet dads sitting at home licking his lips and dragging his wallet around the house by now. Unless mum has found a way to spend it. Wait, of course she has, who am I ...
... Coles for some groceries, read and play games. I did get a lesson in gnocchi making. Use red potatoes, boil them with their skins on, remove the skins and mash them using a masher instead of an electric device and then mix in one egg and flour to make the right consistency. Form into balls, smash with a fork and let them sit a bit before putting them In the boiling water to cook. I will have to try them! Rosemary served them in a cheese sauce, but the sauce could be any type of pasta ...
24 hours until im on a plane, but the excitement does
not start until im off the plane at the other end.
Packing – just have to sort out clothes, sort out
electronics, finish packing and then deal with all my notes, no
problem.Next entry will be vancouver at some point.
... they also had manta rays, and a few Grey nurse sharks. despite there fearsome toothy looks, they have never attacked humans, being quite gentle really. Ill take their word for this being reluctant to get too close!! Swimming with the sharks they had several dugongs. these are like seals crossed with cows and manatees…. they graze on the grasses on the bottom of the seas and go nuts for lettuce!
Sydney harbour is actually one part of a massive port jackson ...