Day 9: Longwood to Euroa

  Left Longwood early for an eighteen km walk to Euroa. It was a beautiful day. We made good time, so arrived in Euroa early enough to go op-shopping!

Being overtaken by a scooter! Getting tired
Euroa Primary School

Thanks, Euroa for your welcome and hospitality. Thanks, Bob & Corral, Libby & Peter, Anne - for hosting us in your homes - you are all very kind.

Hosted by the Anglican parish of Euroa with Longwood and Violet Town

James Ellis passed on to us as a gift, which was given to him by the government for representing Australia in running events in various countries overseas. We will wear it into Canberra with pride. Thanks, James


"And I wish you all the best for your future lives in this country, yourselves and your children, that in Australia your best hopes and aspiration for the future will be realised." MALCOLM FRASER, PRIME MINISTER 1975-1983:

"If we listen closely enough to the stories of others, an alternative story will emerge which will allow for the transformation to take place." Brueggemann?

"…nobody can change stories unless an alternative story is made richly available with great artistry, love, and boldness." Brueggemann?