Dubbo Rsl Club Motel
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... spinning it almost dry.
Feeling productive with all the washing done and sitting out waiting for lunch to cook.
A caravan and some campers have arrived and gone down to the lower level to camp on the dry part of river.
After lunch we decided to drive in to Wellington, for fuel for gennie and Jack and Wayne asked us to get him some diesel and milk. Once we got back to the highway it was only about 10 km into town. ...
In the same way that an army can not march on an empty stomach, our first day began with breakfast at a local cafe, coffee and eggs Benedict. Then while the kids had half a day at school we finished packing. For those doing the GCC, packing the car was about 3000 steps! Our adventure began twelve months ago when a friend of Sharon's did a family trip to Central Australia. In the process of saying that would be amazing ...
... daughter and she asked me to buy the train ticket for her because she didn’t want Kelvin to find out or else he’d ask a lot of questions. So I did and that weekend she left. I went into work and Kelvin told me Mandy had left him. I said maybe she just went away for a short while and not to worry. That day we didn’t open. He just offered me beer and wine all day, and asked me to watch TV with him. I guess he drank quite a lot that day because he was fumbling. ...
Dan still not feeling well but we ended up going to Shear Outback, the shearers hall of fame. We watched a shearing demo and Brod tried his hand at the maze. Another pin for Caitlyn and a few gifts more people from the shop. Also had scones and tea before heading off. Lots of trucks on the road, pulled into Dubbo about 5:40pm with Kerry and Pete pulling up beside us as we parked outside Dads. Went in, Kerry knocked on the door and Dad came out and found ...
Today was voting day and we had hoped to be able to place early votes while in Bourke or Lightning Ridge. However, because we are interstaters, we had to vote at an AEC office in a major centre. This meant that we had to drive to Dubbo, 1.5hours drive away.
After doing our duty, we spent the rest of the day ...