I was lucky enough to walk down from Anzac Hill …

Comment on It’s an A for 400 self-drivers to The Alice by S Taylor.

I was lucky enough to walk down from Anzac Hill after the Dawn Service with a fellow and his young grandson (I presume). We had an interesting chat about the AVan Club and their visit which thankfully, was to our town. Congratulations to the RSL and the service associations for a most stirring ANZAC service: I think it was truly one of the best ever, apart from the small hiccup with “playing of the National Anthem for NZ” ably sung by the bugle player and quite a few others in the crowd. Camaraderie and friendship was abundant. To top it off the weather held nicely, to make its mark on another glorious Alice Springs day. All fantastic reasons to live here.

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