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Arrived at Canberra bus station at 4am after taking the overnight, 8 hour bus from Melbourne. Obviously everything was closed and we wouldnt be able to check into the hotel until the day so we loitered around the bus station, Roscoe read and I discovered spider solitaire, best game so far on laptop. At 9 we were both really tired and hungry so …
Monday 26 November – Day 252
So today we leave the Grampians and head back towards Canberra. The plan is to take 3 days and go via Barham in NSW to see Morgan's Granddad’s grave.
Our drive out from the Grampians took us south to Dunkeld via the Grampians tourist drive, which was a pleasant way to hang on to some fabulous memories for a couple of hours. We then exited the valley and turned north west, along small but flat and ...
... to Bruce stadium, AIS & down to Belconnen. We went to War Memorial which is excellent. the quality of the technology in the displays is mind boggling. Off to Floriade - would even keep the President of the NSW back yard gardeners association on his toes. Very colourful & well presented. Home via Duxton pub to rehydrate Ken & give his knees a spell. been a great start to our tour.
Not sure if the fotos will happen
Bev & Greg
... wander round the farm and meet all the animals...goats (and 2 day old kids), alpacas, dogs, sheep, geese, and chickens!!!! In the evening we got to sample Bee's cinema room!! Captain America in 3D, was very fun!! Today we got up very early to get a lift with Bee and Margaret into Canberra for 7.45! Everything is still shut so the day started in Bee's office with a cup if tea and a TimTam (aussie penguin ...
... what I am going to call him.) This furry critter of a hat was sitting amongst his brothers and sisters, but he just called to me. Even if I never wear him, I will still love him!
There was much I wanted to buy at the markets, but again - time and well... postage, would become an issue. So instead I sighed wistfully (I did alot of that today) and headed back up to the war memorial. It turns out that the book I had bought for my Dad he already had... feck!