BEST WESTERN Hilltops Retreat Motor Inn
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... and we purchased 2
kilograms of Cherries for Christmas. We have been told that if we keep them
cold they will last until Christmas. The local IGA liquor has Bundaberg Rum on
special, 1 Lt Bottle for $42.00 so I purchased 2. These should keep me going
here we are the last day before my second and dads first departure. traveling with our home slung onto the rear of our vehicle. made him drive around the house once it was hitched up, already done the bigger test with a shakedown run but i wanted to make sure that at the first corner (at the end of the driveway) it did not decide to go in its own direction. went ok. had fish from the freezer and some salad for lunch just to get rid of some more food from the freezer and fridge, what was ...
... yum, one of the best omelette's ever. told dad how much i am looking forward to feeding him some weird and wonderful concoctions that i know david would never even try.
tomorrow is our last day for preparation, but i think that we pretty much have things under control, am not too sure that dad is feeling as confident though...........too late worry only gives you wrinkles and grey hair
... cat person. I have lit the fire - so cold - and done a load of washing and will go to bed d'recly.
The reflective part - something Jonathan said as we drove up into Normandy struck me as I'd been thinking along similar lines. He said how he'd thought of getting a map and putting pins for places he's been on these four visits, and even though we cover a lot of kilometres and visit more places than many visitors ...
... story of the Dog on the Tuckerbox is discussed in Things to See. 'Lazy Harry', 'On the Road to Gundagai' and 'Flash Jack from Gundagai' are three anonymous poems relating to the town. The latter two were first published in 'Banjo' Paterson's Old Bush Songs (1905). Paterson himself also wrote a ballad called 'The Road to Gundagai'. Capitalising on this tradition, Jack O'Hagan, who had never been to Gundagai, wrote the nostalgic and highly sentimental ...