rock this party

April 16, 2007

just got back from a weekend of driving, cricket, partaying, hot shirts, horse riding, strasbourg and more driving. yes it was me and jc’s 3rd trip down to albury in 4 months. driving was, as always, long and tiring, and not without incident but we made it. we got down on friday night and couldn’t resist watching the aussies thrash the irish, with their annoying captain who does his stupid dance every time he takes a wicket, but we can’t blame him cause he isn’t going take too many in his career. the next day we went into town to do a bit of shopping before heading off to the party, which was in walla/ jindera. the party didn’t have the best start with one of the horses slipping on the cement and almost dying… kinda. from there it only got better with “hot stuff” aka tricky trizzle donning one of the best shirts i have ever seen, yehaa!. after the party we went home and decided to watch a bit of the cricket. i decided to have a shower, as i smelt like smoke from the bonfire at the party. after i got out of the shower the number of people watching the cricket had gone from five to just me and tricky. we didn’t last long either but managed to catch a few thrilling overs with south africa’s run rate peaking at about 2.3rpo. next morning was church and after church we indulged in some lunch and had the pleasure of dining with sean. after quite a humorous lunch it was time for us to leave. the trip back had its moments, some highlights included a car with a really small and rapidly flashing indicator, josh estimating the population of gundagai to be 500 000 and many other anecdotes that i can’t remember but i’m sure many of you will hear in the near future.

anything i missed?

:: By huw bizzle 5 Comments


  1. i think the following should be mentioned
    a) Winky fell off harli. good work winky!
    b) Where was the bonfire?
    c)the horse almost dying…. no mention of the poor person riding who almost got killed!

    Comment by Kimrad and eksdale — April 16, 2007 #

  2. Kimrad and Eksdale, Huey’s from the city. He doesn’t know the difference between a bonfire and a campfire.

    Comment by Tricky — April 16, 2007 #

  3. u missed saying that u came to our house that was probably the best thing u did. lawl. nah probably not.

    Comment by laurizzle — April 16, 2007 #

  4. sounds like you had an awesomely awesome time. now just to make this clear, how big was this bonfire you guys had?
    1. a large fire built in the open air, for warmth, entertainment, or celebration, to burn leaves, garbage, etc., or as a signal.
    2. any fire built in the open.

    There fore it could well have been called a bonfire!

    Comment by Jo — April 17, 2007 #

  5. Geez. Not many people say that dining with me is a pleasure. You’re welcome back to Stabbington anytime boyz.

    Comment by H — April 19, 2007 #

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