Rose City Motel
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... much so that Miriam was intent on finding out what it would take to milk a cow. Which was all well and good until we discovered they were milked at 6am in the morning. Let me tell you, a hangover and the smell of cow poo do not a good mix make!!!! Anyway following the cow poo trauma we headed back, had a wonderful breakfast with Warren and Anne and headed out. Unfortunately, the weather still wasn't great but we had high holes for the next ...
... deer run away as soon as they see you. This has meant that we have got to see the deer and fawns up close. Our first tour of the farm was a guided tour in Huw's truck, with Sophie calling shot gun for the front not realising this means gate duties in farm life!
We had a go at riding a motorbike on the farm as well. Emma rode into a neighbours fence right in front of the neighbour and Sophie wasn't strong enough to even pull down the clutch. Both of ...
... a win. The weather cleared up a bit. But only a little. This gave us a chance to go out for a ride, cruise the back roads and eventually end up at a tavern for a pint. Here we caught game two on his ticket, a local game which his team won in a blow out. Before we went for the ride I attempted to change my brakes. Everything came apart easy as. Only problem, the guy sold me the wrong pads. ****. The next town with a parts store was 50km plus away and it was Sunday, so the ...
... work out the problems of the world. The latter needs more time than we had. We'll see them again on Sunday morning at the Sanson Sunday market.
1 March: Happy Birthday, Kevin. We are so glad you are in our family. Today was for sleeping late, laundry, catching up on my journal and blog, and the all important "will all our stuff fit within the airline weight requirement". We have packed and unpacked and repacked, and I think we ...
... the hostel kitchen, stopping instead at the Burger King I had really wanted all day.
The hostel owner had recommended a walk along the river, so I had that saved for the Monday. In the event the day was drizzly, so I passed the morning in the library. It's an interesting building, built into an old department store, and with creative use of the space; a large open area right at the bottom holds chairs and a piano, upstairs has reception, the internet cafe and ...