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May

A Hike to the Aerodrome. Print E-mail

Hike to the AerodromeToday we went on expo skills   
And now my leg really kills
We went along a beaten track
Until a road, a bit more slack
Along the way we stopped for lunch
We were quite a hungry bunch
There was a view of the sea
Animals and birds all set free
There we sat on the top of a cliff ledge
Between Hayley and Grace I was wedged
We were all set a job
After that an emu bob
Half way through we pitched our tents
Teachers made sure it was ladies and gents
And straight away we packed them up
After that I washed my cup
And set off with my pack
Back down that beaten track
We turned off around the corner
Along a trail with a lot of fauna
Through the bush and up a hill
There we stood rather still
Looking at what we now call home
SNOWY RIVER CAMPUS…. A walk to the Aerodrome

By Abigail L – Traralgon College.

 

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