I don't think a year has gone by where we haven't had an ANZAC thread so here we go
. For those that don't know it stands for Australian and New Zealand Army Corp and ANZAC Day is our war rememberance day. The date comes from a horrific battle that started on April 25th in Gallipoli, Turkey.
Did the other Australians and New Zealanders on here go to any services today?
We went to White Cliffs, a small Outback town of about 250 people. Somehow it all seems to work - there's an old jeep that leads the march from the pub to the Cenotaph, a couple of horses wandering up behind the marchers and the publican walks alongside with a speaker of bagpipe music. None os it sounds very 'professional' but it's all perfect and every bit as emotional as a big city service.