Lawson Motor Inn
Travel Blogs from Wagga Wagga
... up with them soon. Our flight was delayed and when we finally boarded we sat on the tarmac for a half an hour. I had let Tara know we would be late but not this late! Once again a trouble free and comfortable flight. Wagga is very green from the air and the crops look ...
... and into NSW and the rain began. It rained the entire run into Wagga. It made for a relatively boring drive as the views out the window were hampered by the rain. We did however get to see a lot of cows, sheep, horses and kangaroos in the rolling hills that make up the majority of the paddocks in this part of the world. We soon arrived at our hotel, the Carriage House Hotel, and checked in. The weather gods were on our side briefly, and Harry and I were able to have a quick kick ...
... we chose a motel over a tent and are staying in the Astra Motel. We just got back from a pub feed and are almost ready for bed.
The stats for today:
Distance travelled - 138.8 km
Average speed - 17.7 km/hr
Riding time - 7 hr 40 min
Meters climbed - 1,062 m
Metres descended - 1,289 m
Max temp - 39 degrees
Min temp - 24 degrees
No flies swallowed today, the wind must have kept them away.
Mechanicals - ...
... the one in Spokane. We bought some fish food and watched, as the masses of orange, white, and black coy fish fought each other for lunch. There was some playing dead in the grass by a tombstone looking thing, and some very professional silk tree spotting in the gardens as well that day.
Next on the list for Glenn and me, was to check out the waterfall at Koorawatha. We drove my little Ramona as far as we could down washed out dirt road. Then we ...
... in the bath. **** just came floating up. Your welcome for that image. I pulled him out and rinsed him off. Then I told Jenny and she showed me how she wanted me to clean it up. She was not surprised and this was not the first time it had happened. Just another great day at work though!
As for other work I have been refinishing some doors in the house. I hate working with oil paint, but they are coming out alright I guess. I am to much of a perfectionist with my work to ...