Day 29: Jugiong

12/4/14 Jugiong, Celia.

Today we woke up in our hotel and packed up. It was too far to walk from Gundagai to Jugiong so the boys rode the bikes.
Linda, Noah, mum and I drove to our next campsite in Jugiong. We put the tents up and collected firewood. We waited for the guys to come on their bikes and then went across the road to eat lunch at a cafe. While da Other guys were looking at wine Noah and I played on the playground. We got bored and went to our campsite. There was a big lump of sand under a tree right next to where we were staying. So Noah and I built a castle with it. Making the stairs was fun except when Noah accidentally kept destroying them. 
  There were horses next to where we were staying and they were really funny. Because the paddock they were in was full of weeds they would eat the grass right out of my hand. The horses and I took selfies. (You can see on Facebook) one of them tried and failed at eating my arm. But It didn't hurt, they didn't use their teeth. And another waked me in the face with its nose but it was okay. We ate dinner on the picnic blanket and 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?