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THE DAY IS FINALLY HERE!!!!!!!!!
Ahhhh June 16th, how eagerly I have been awaiting your arrival. I remember counting down from 100 days....then 30 days....then 10....it's all come up so fast that it makes me a bit nervous, but the excitement has definitely kicked in this morning. In 10 hours I'll be meeting my best friends at the airport to finally start this crazy adventure of ours!! It just seems unreal....
After working in the bar ...
Arriving in Adelaide we camped again at the Tram Museum at St Kilda. This is a great spot, $70 a week for power & water. We had some maintenance stuff to do and I took the chance to replace the bolts holding the A-frame mount on the front of the car. While in Adelaide we spent a day touring the Barossa Valley with friends from Adelaide, Andre & Elspeth. We were able to introduce them to the family winery, "Gibson Wine's" and ...
... North and explore what the area has to offer. I have some GPS tracks and now have a Hema map of the area to guide me off the beaten track. Locals have told me that after Fowlers Bay you can camp on the beach ( last camp in the beach before the heady cliffs of the great Australian bight) by paying a small fee to the local Aboriginal community - so I need to do a shop for supplies in Ceduna so I am able to camp wild. May be offline for a few days due to coverage - we will ...
... the centre of Cambridge and ended up with is front off the ground oil pouring from the engine. Jo is now on first name terms with the Captain (Kevin) who agreed to this in person tonight.
After a bit of dancing we retreated to our stateroom just before guests arrived in great number for the onset of the Australian Ball celebrating the successful navigation of Australia by the QM2.
Clocks go forward again tonight so one less hours sleep ...
... a laugh.
We skipped the Best Dressed Farmer competition while the boys had a go on a bouncy castle and climbed over all the tractors they had on show, but we got back to the showground in time for the Milking and Sheep Shearing demo’s. We then headed for the bar for well earned drinks and sat to watch the Cow race. We were expecting the rider to get onto the cow’s back before they ...
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