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February 09, 2014

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Kevin Chamness

Cathy, I spent two weeks there back in the mid 200's. I liked the Yarra Valley wineries, but didn't buy much wine. Unlike Napa, most of the reds that they are selling still needs to be cellared. Little tidbit I learned was that the Yarra wineries were pioneers in recognizing the merit of the screwtop for more consistent bottling.

The highlight of my time there was eating grilled bugs and going to see the Wallabees destroy Italy at Telstra stadium.

Cheers,

K

Kathy

How cool that they have designated spots for the graffiti artists. I like a lot of it so like their idea of just embracing it instead of fighting it. Loved seeing the yarn bombs and that bench D is sitting on is amazing. Would love to do a project like that some day!

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