Red Cedars Motel
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Off to Canberra today, not looking forward to the freeways, but here we go......
Made it, a bit scary, so much fast traffic and roads going off everywhere, but arrived at Musgrove Street Chapman around 4pm. Staying with old school friend Helen and husband Ian in a very pretty outer suburb of Canberra.
... you can see some friendly stingrays that'll come right up to you. It was a 20 km out of the way but we were in no hurry. When we got there Tony went to one of the fish cleaning tables and found a fish head and skeleton and he put it at my feet in the water. Well those stingrays were friendly alright! I was freaked out by the possibility of being stung by the tail and within 10 seconds the fish ...
... talked through the process while the glass was heated, cut and tweaked in an open studio while we looked on. The attached studios and gallery were all the more interesting after this. We walked back alongside the lake and could see that actually the quality of life here could be quite good, there is certainly plenty of space. A great deal of local sport goes on in Australia and Canberra seems to have stolen the Hindu festival of Holi and created a fun run where the participants ...
Bateman's Bay put on a huge display of fireworks to farewell us on Monday night. They may have also been to celebrate Australia Day, but either way, they were impressive. Despite the cold and wet weather the fireworks were spectacular and a lovely way to end our time on the coast. The next stop was Canberra. That meant Dean had to tow the van over the Clyde Mountains on the Kings Highway. As always, Dean capably navigated over the twisty, ...
... through the Adelaide hills then on towards Canberra.
We are now home sweet home with mixed emotions, it's great to be home but sad this big journey is over.
we are extremely thankful to have had the opportunity to see so much of Gods amazing creation.
Thanks all for following, we look forward to catching up with you.
Love and hugs to you all!
Pete and Rhonda