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Year View| Summary| Highlights| Month View| Saturday 12 May 2007 (Day View)
12.05.2007 – Saturday 12 May – Dawn on Mount Coot-Tha
- • I didn’t get home from work until after midnight, and didn’t get to bed until after one o’clock, so getting up horribly early wasn’t much fun. However, up I did, and off to Greg’s place I was, then to the city to pick up Shaun and a friend of Greg’s who is down from PNG, and up Mount Coot-Tha to watch and photograph the surprisingly cold dawn and sunrise over Brisbane.
- • Greg picked up Nikhi and three more friends down from PNG, and all eight of us drove to the West End Markets, where I had a nice breakfast, and bumped into Bronwen.
- • I had a relaxing evening, snoozing for a while.