Junction Motel Maryborough
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... Great Bake-off was on again! The damper was even nicer than before and I'm going to presume the same for Tyler's bread, because I never even got a piece, it went so fast! You have to be quick around here!
It appeared that we would not have a day without some type of mechanical upheaval. Today Keith found that he couldn't get the key from our ignition! What was that about?? Not really the sort of problem you would expect ... but then they ...
Les and I walked again this morning and Helen and Bruce came down and we went to a coffee shop for breakfast. Half way through breakfast, Helen ended up in tears and Bruce took her to the local hospital. Les then decided to go and see if he could find someone else to fix the leg on the snail. The first garage that we called into was happy to have a go and $100 and half a day later all was fixed. He also gave us a few hints on the mechanism and how ...
... pulling it apart, with help from other travellers, but we need a mechanic. All good as it is only one leg and the snail is stable with only the two back legs down. We are pondering the problem at the moment.
We went down to the closest pub for dinner and Helen and I had golden syrup dumplings for dessert.
They have a brilliant new camp kitchen here as well so we ended up joining a party there until bedtime.
Another enjoyable ...
... the gluten free Halloween theme cupcake that came with it. We shared the treat. Very nice. (Reminds us - more exercise needed.)
Heaps of interesting stories in its history and local authorities have it right; there is a guided walking tour of the old part of town every day. Very interesting. Fact one - the only inland town to have a shipping port for direct landing of new settlers from Europe in the 1800's. Fact two - birthplace of Pamela Travers, author of ...
... what she wants to watch during her TV time. At three, she can now find her way around the computer (which is how she watches TV) and put on her next programme. She was actually watching British Play School this morning, after 3 episodes of Peppa Pig.
Can't remember if I mentioned Andy's strawberries before. He proudly showed us his vegetable patch when we arrived last week. He is growing tomatoes, beans, silver beet and ...