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... by the end of the day. Sent more emails about my job up in Queensland today too, all the emails and paper work seem to be relentless but hopefully it will be worth it. We finished work at 5:30 and having a shower was the best thing ever, a proper proper hot shower! Amazing feeling. After we'd showered Kylie said she would do a BBQ for tea. Everywhere we've stayed so far since we left home we've had to find food and we never expected Kylie to cook for us. We had the best ...
... everything weighs much more than we think it does - but after a considerable list of all the heavy items we still only had 60 kg .... this is beginning to look suspicious. Obviously we are going to need to empty everything out of the van and go weigh it again. Could we possibly have loaded 600 kg onto it? Or has the caravan company totally mucked us around & put an incorrect compliance plate on it etc etc.
This is after ...
allow your cabinets and dressers to shift during the move. This will increase
the risk of them getting damaged. For additional cushioning, consider using
other packing materials like bubble wrap.
Handle Your Cabinets and Dressers with
Remember not to lift cabinets and dressers by any other part except
their base area. There’s a huge chance that you might damage the items if you
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... called the eight 55? I'll have to double check (edits to come!) and found a bar with a great atmosphere and delicious personal pizzas. We had a good time, but at about 6, we found out where another group was, so we went to find them at another restaurant/bar called Riverland, and we started to sit outside until a cloudburst came upon us and forced us all inside.
I say cloudburst in a very sincere way, it happened very suddenly with about 30 seconds ...
... as the rear access to properties facing the big main streets. Many were later roofed over to provide refuge from the weather and more space for shops.
Block Arcade has the most beautiful mosaic floor tiles and wrought iron work. It is also the place where we found our first queue...Mainly ladies waiting for a table at a gorgeous cake and coffee cafe.
We continued, cameras at the ready into 'The Royal Arcade', built in 1869 and is the oldest arcade in Australia. When ...