Mantra on Frome
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Important day today, Brian went off to meet his mates and discuss the previous day's game between Adelaide Crows and Port Adelaide. This is a regular meeting to decide if the manager is running the team ok, how good or bad the umpires were, what injuries the players got and I think, pick the team for the next game. That's why their team, Port Adelaide, is doing so well a very strong set of fans. Anyway on Brian's return to went to the St. Kilda ...
... down it all looked very pretty. We were thinking the campsite would be amazing but turned out it was just a car park by the memorial hall. It offered free power too but they were just regular plugs rather than the slightly larger one our campervan uses. However we would glad the day was over and I generally fined dined this even. Ok it was beans on toast again but I added one of my many flavoured tunas to the dish. Mexican styled tuna is a ...
... in for some repairs, a Canadian designed Chipmunk (also still flying) and a US Navy Corsair. Each plane came with a story of how they came to be in the Museum, rehabilitated and rebuilt by volunteers.
The Chipmunk was one flown by the University of London Air Squadron. I took a photo of the decal for you Garth with your degree from LSE. The owner, who was there told us he had bought it in England and had it brought over by container. He thinks there ...
... parcel that arrived from Nannie Sandra today!
We then whiz zed across to Garry and Mandy Nash' s for the rest of the day to enjoy good food, good fun and Christmas cheer. Had a lovely time. So wonderful to be catching up with friends; especially at this time of the year! X x. X x x
... the plonker! They managed to drag me away from him and Simon took us on a tour of the area, popping into a few good drinking establishments along the way of course. Adelaide centre was very pretty and clean looking, lovely old buildings and nice looking shops, and he took us past the new stadium. That was our only taste of Adelaide city centre but what we saw, we liked a lot! We went to a German influenced village called Hahndorf and had a couple of drinks ...