Red Cedars Motel
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... several kilometres away. It is as if the War Memorial serves as a challenge to contemporary politicians to avoid the mistakes of their predecessors thereby giving meaning to the sacrifice of all soldiers who have died in past conflicts.
As yet another Remembrance Sunday approaches, all we can say is that the world is still in a hell of a mess.
*The Roll of Honours are central to the Memorial Garden. Two long walls ...
... on a bench amongst tall Himalayan Cedars, in the Forest.
On our drive home we pulled into 'the Black Tower Peninsula', big area of bbqs, sandy areas for swimming on Lake Burley Griffith, we ended up walking around and enjoying the quiet, saw a mother black swan and cygnet (baby).
Merv took us into a place called Yarralumla, we drove down a road and came to the
Governor-General's official residence, looked gorgeous, but of course we ...
... the top of the trail - The Waterhole Hut.
A very sparse hut, that seemed quite run-down compared to the others, I took the chance to wash my face with the cool tank water and Sarah and I headed about 50 metres out back to check out the remains of the old stockyards.
At the old stockyards we found a dead, decomposing kangaroo (very smelly). At first I mistook it for a dingo. We debated if it had ...
... Had an email from Geoff with his "show and tell" extracted teeth. Poor Geoff! Although he doesn't seem to be suffering too badly- maybe it's the drugs! Kate posted 100 lovely wedding photos on Facebook. They're terrific and there've been heaps of likes and comments. Kate's at Jess Capper's hens do tonight. It's been a busy travelling and visiting day- we should sleep ...
... challenge to overcome in the morning - the tailgate on our Adventra has decided it wants to remain permanently shut. The only way I was able to empty stuff out this afternoon was by opening up the tailgate glass - couldn't for the life of me figure out how to open the tailgate itself. Might need to pop into a mechanic tomorrow morning and see if they can do any more than scratch their heads and wave me on to the next workshop.