Comfort Inn Warwick
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Today again we slept in until 8.00 am. We had our usual cappuccino
and I transferred the water from our 3rd caravan and Landcruiser
tanks (130 lt) into the Caravan’s main water tanks. Gary and I then went for a
drive into Clifton to pick up some groceries. My first stop was the Butcher to
pick up Bread and their yummy Smokey Bacon, then it was Food Works to pick up
some fruit and Vegetables. Whilst at Clifton we disposed of our rubbish and
... in winning of my $50.00 donation, unfortunately Bronwyn was not able to pick a winner or even a place getter. My winnings did not even come close to covering my drinks bill for the day. For a country race meeting the fashions[dM1] in the field were of a high standard. We all had a great day.
... a reasonable seat and not have to rush things getting on board. I still expect to find a queue and I know I have to go through the semi-strip through the security gate, but that's the way it is.
On that priority list is picking up US currency from the bank, getting a travel card (diminishing bank accounts alarmingly!), picking up a few special bolts for a job that has to be done to the van ...
... chat , brought her out of assembly....one daughter when she left Sydney, now five children, youngest twins, 18 years......her name, Jenny Riley, very involved with Guards.
of the day ..seeing Mt.Lindsay....very distinctive shape and stood out on the skyline....Jenny advised me the road we were heading was not easy for caravaners, so take care...Paul resumed driving , we soon knew what she ...
... flew off in large groups to the north. And they were very noisy, I don't know if it was mating season, but they certainly seemed to be couples.
There were Kookaburras, and Magpies warbling above us.
It was funny, it was a huge reserve area, the mower man came and only mowed a small circle, around the toilet block. Where we were camped the grass was very long, if Piper had been a green dog, we would have lost ...