Euroa line dancers en­joy a de­light­ful Christ­mas out­ing

Euroa Gazette - - LETTERS TO THE EDITOR -

Lisa and An­drew and when set­tled we then headed out of the dock and into the Yarra River on our way to Wil­liamstown.

An­drew pro­vided a very de­tailed de­scrip­tion on the his­tory of the area and how it has changed over the years. For some it was their first time sail­ing un­der the Bolte and West­gate Bridges. The trip across to Wil­liamstown brought out the sun­shine and af­ter a de­li­cious morn­ing tea we docked at Wil­liamstown.

It was then all ashore for a very pleas­ant hour wan­der­ing around this de­light­ful sub­urb, many en­joy­ing a cuppa and do­ing some shop­ping.

On re­turn­ing to the Tram­boat a de­li­cious fish and chip lunch was served which was en­joyed by all.

The re­turn trip was once again ac­com­pa­nied by An­drew’s in­for­ma­tive com­men­tary. On dock­ing the group headed onto trams - some to visit the Myer win­dows and oth­ers just wan­der­ing around town. All met up later at South­ern Cross but un­for­tu­nately one was left be­hind try­ing to find a lost phone!

She did make it back home thanks to some­one driving to Seymour to col­lect her!

All ar­rived home safely af­ter a de­light­ful day and huge thanks to Judy Wil­liamson for or­gan­is­ing it all - another great mem­ory for us all - thanks Judy!

ALL ABOARD: Euroa’s Line Dancers are all smiles as they catch the Tram­boat from Vic­to­ria Harbour in Melbourne’s CBD and head down­stream to Wil­liamstown for their an­nual Christ­mas out­ing.

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