Day 24 Oura

7/4/14   Celia
Today we woke in the cabin in the caravan park in Wagga Wagga.
We went shopping and went walking again. While we were walking i got jealous when I saw children hopping off the bus and going to their home which was a farm! We walked and stopped by a winery because the tyres on the boat were flat due to hundreds of Bindies on the road. The people there were very nice and took us to see their sheep. I taught Linda how to make loom bracelets.
Then we got to Oura and put the tents up. We went swimming in the Murrumbidgee. We had potatoes for dinner and chocolate banana for dessert. The toilets there are a nightmare and stink the way a witch would smell a child. Well, good night everyone. I am very tired. We went to bed.


"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?