Mantra Pavilion Hotel
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Heading south has taken us by surprise, we had forgotten just how cold it can be at night and have found ourselves looking for extra blankets in the storage boxes.
Unfortunately Alan's Achilles is very swollen and sore so we had decided not to do the last leg of the planned trip across the Simpson Desert, it will have to wait until another time. We met up with friends we were ...
... together, which was just amazing as looking back now I don't think I could have done it alone. When I think back to what we have achieved since that day so long ago that we touched down into Thailand, it all just seems like some distant dream. I've had to pinch myself many a time throughout this trip to check that this has all been real and now when I look back on all my amazing memories, it's hard to believe it ever really happened. It's been almost a year since I first ...
... few practise runs, I now feel I have mastered the correct technique, and dare I say, I'm a little bit of an expert. I'm not afraid to admit that something I thought I'd been doing correctly the whole of my adult life actually turned out to be wrong. Hats off to be dad, he did teach me correctly, but I think I just failed to grasp it. I was lazy then, remember? So I've learned two things here: 1. How to iron a shirt correctly in just three minutes and 2. That you should never just ...
... to spray a paddock. It brought back memories of me when as a young fella of about 12, I spent 30 minutes in the tractor while it was out in the paddock going round and round sowing crops and I decided there and then that I no longer wanted to be a farmer.
Anyhow, after a few laps and about 15-20 minutes, the tractor stopped and out came the boys. Harrison wanted to go home and Mitchell wanted to keep going. So he jumped back into the tractor ...
... stopped for lunch. I managed to heat up and dry my foot off a bit before we headed off again. It was probably about 5 hours or so from Campbelltown to Narromine so ended up being about 6.30ish by the time we arrived and about 7.30pm by the time we'd unloaded the jeeps and taken them to the yard where they were getting fixed. Campbell was going to be out of driving hours shortly (your limited of how long you drive the truck for without a 7 hour stop) but decided we would be able to make ...