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... named Blandford and its close neighbour Murrurundi. There was on both sides of the road horse stables/studs and each side was flanked in the background by hills and ridge lines - it could easily have been the backdrop to some kind of movie set. Crossed over the Great Divide at Nowlands Gap and our destination Tamworth was not far away now.
We arrived in Tamworth about 4pm and stopped by the big golden guitar for a photo and helped other tourists with ...
· Whilst here we have our 1st Anniversary, ah how romantic.. Ben took me out to dinner to The Safari Club. Lots of game to eat! So camel, boar and venison were on our list of yummies. A great night out with boo.
· Watched Kelly, Thomas and Malachy play soccer.
· Josh plays footy. We scored and time kept for one match then Ben was ...
... they did not have bike tyres. They suggested the series of bike stores down the street, so plodded on. Came around a bend and saw a Harley Davidson dealer sign so made a bee line. Took a while to find out if they had a tyre to suit.. Then found out the couldn't fit me in until tomorrow morning at 8am. I wanted to be half way to Armidale by 8 am...so we decided to ride on down the road.... Just a bit further on we spoiled a Kawasaki dealer so tried my luck. Sure enough ...
... ended when I grab him by the feet and carry him up the shed, far from the comfort of his own safe little corner. When I eventually let him go at the other end of the shed, he will have to fight his way back through the shed to get to his territory, chances are he won't make it and it will be his turn to be a horny roosters conquest...homosexuality isn't uncommon in roosters. I personally don't think they know the difference. Anything to show ...
... It was nice to eat outside with the view of the valley. Later that night everyone just had some drinks and mingled.
DAY TWO: We were woken up by very loud music at 6.30AM. Apparently that was the routine where one of the backpacker helpers would pick a song each morning as our alarm. If that didn't help, there was also a pet sheep bleating right outside our door for its morning milk. There was also a farm cat. Everyday some of us would have a daily duty such as cleaning ...
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