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Grace is an ordinary seven-year-old girl. She lives with her Mum and Dad on a farm 300kms from Broken Hill in the Australian Outback. A typical day involves a few hours of homeschool, feeding the animals and riding her horse, Zorro.
However unlike most of our childhoods, an ice cream truck isn't a usual occurrence in Grace's neighbourhood. In fact, because she's lived in such a remote location all of her life, she's never even seen one. Which is why we drove one from Sydney all the way to her front door. Next time Grace hears Greensleeves twinkling in the distance she'll know exactly what to look forward to.
We found Josh Millard deep in the suburbs of Adelaide playing defender for his local soccer team – Scotch College Old Scholars.
Josh lives and breathes soccer, as does every single one of his mates. While Josh tries to get to every game in his hometown, in his thirty years he's never experienced his favourite game alongside 80,000 like-minded people.
So we flew him to his first massive Socceroos match, which was sold out.
Robert Turnbull is one of a kind – a fourth generation sheep farmer who's lived his entire life 800kms inland. He's 62 years old. Robert is a hard worker to say the least, his last holiday was over 30 years ago – but he's never too busy to tell you a story, or two.
For some it's hard to believe he's never been to the ocean, but once you visit the impressive operation his family is running out of Lightning Ridge, it becomes a little more understandable.
Robert left the film crew with more than footage of his first ocean experience, he left them with an everlasting impression and a poem he'd written on along the way. We left Robert with more than just another story for the campfire.