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... here that all the boy’s cabins are
carbon copies of each other.
So as this ‘half asleep’ young man climbed up onto the bed
which was in the ‘same location’ as his and tried to get under his sheet and
blanket, he was met with a shocked sleeper who was woken by responding to this
bed intruder with a scream. Unfortunately, for the male teachers that this noise
woke up, many of the boys also were awoken and this ...
... groups went to the National Electoral Education
Centre, Government House and the Australian Mint. Although all three buses did
these activities at different times, we came together to experience the
Australian War Memorial.
It was at this point that Genesis had its highlight of the
trip thus far. Mrs Butcher was approached by staff at the war memorial to be
involved in the last post ceremony at the closing of the ...
... to cross the road to be at his work base, where he goes to the workshop and picks up the truck and trailer and heads off for the day.
The job is going to be advertised in the paper soon as a permanent position and Merv's bosses have asked him to apply, they say the guys working under him have never been happier, they are getting good feed back.
I went for an interview with ACT Nursing Services, ...
... good company and a lot of laughs. Kris introduced us to Belinda which was lovely and she fitted right in, what a baptism of fire - the Lairds enmasse!!!!!
Sunday morning we were up and on our way, shitful weather all the way to Melbourne but a good trip all the same. The Hume Highway is a breeze these days.
Of course we arrived at the Cameron family home in time for dinner and a lot of nice cuddles with young Angus.
Home safe on Monday.
... the quality of this film has deteriorated due to its age, we were still treated to about five minutes of it! The armour worn by the character of Ned Kelly in the movie was the original armour worn by the bushranger himself! We saw excerpts of ‘Skippy’ and other iconic Australian film and TV.
What a wonderful day, capped off by a nice warm meal and a video!