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My friends catch up in Goulburn

Well siting here waiting for my friends. It's been 2 years since our last get together. It's great to see them as it always is.
History doesn't seem far away when you look at and remember how fun it has and will be, getting together. Then it's like time has stood still and nothing has changed. But oh yes it has we are all older and wiser! Ok maybe not me wiser if you get my drift, lol 😂
Ann my travel partner well what can I say she is thriving and going great guns, we are really looking forward to our trip this October. Still living in Goulburn.
Debbie well she is always great. Life is great to us all and she is doing really well. Still living in goulburn very near to my original house.
Rowena married Tony they are a great couple and I love seeing the bond they have. Think life doesn't exist you need spend some time with this couple. At the wedding I was totally chuffed to share this day with them and also Waz and Cheri.
Wazza a total card. Never changed always the life of the party he is to be adored. A great same sex marriage advocate. Still living in Goulburn.
Cheri, she is so fun and now living in Canberra, I used to meet up if I was in Canberra for business and we would have a ball supporting local bands. Cheri's sister is on a breast cancer battle right now.
Sending lots of love her way, and also lots of love to all her family and friends. Life is very short. Love spending time with my school friends. What a ride it's been. Can't wait for the next catch up.
#reunion #goulburn #friendsforlife #iamstillawoman #survivor #lucky
Known as the fine wool capital of the world, Goulburn is home to the Big Merino - one of Australia’s iconic ‘big things’ - and beautifully preserved colonial architecture. A short drive away is spectacular Bungonia National Park, where adventurers will relish canyoning, rock climbing, abseiling and caving.

Paragon Cafe, Post Office in background - Goulburn

You can even try skydiving and drive a racing car in Goulburn. Places to stay include camping, farm stays and motels. Near the 1860s-built railway station is Goulburn Visitor Information Centre, where there are brochures and advice on all the fun things to do and see in the pretty Goulburn region.


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