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... together. Things didn't really go to plan. Firstly the ceiling system isn't one we would use back home, it's a little dated system. Probably stopped using it back in the 60's so Matty hasn't used it before. It's a bit of A pain because nothing lines up where it should so none of the tin strips hit the board joints and it's just a bit of a nightmare. By 11 am we'd only managed one board because nothing was running square and we needed to add in tin to various sections so that the ...
... I'm the worlds most stubborn person, you won't catch me backing down. So Longreach Council, as of today you've got a fight on your hands. Matty finished with the concrete at about 3pm and then after lunch we headed out with Kylie to pick up the chuck shed (chicken shed). Now chicken sheds... What do you think of when you think of a chicken shed? I think of a wooden box type shed with a few chicken boxes on the side and maybe a chicken wire run out of the front of it. Well when ...
... degrees, the clouds completely covered the blue sky, sunshine disappeared and the wind began to blow. We took a walk to the beach area and watched a tanker negotiate the head into Port Phillip Bay, then a ride into the town of Queenscliff for a nice ice cream. Back at camp we buckled down and put chairs tables etc away as the winds were going to reach gale force by early evening. Dinner in the Caravan tonight. Tomorrow we are heading off to a very special ...
... though, sunny and warm.
Then onto day 2: we started early heading for Geelong. Unfortunately the winds had picked up and were coming from the South South West. And where I was heading? SSW - you guessed it. As the day went on the wind increased to real gale force. Then at about noon, the temperature dropped almost instantly and the first rain squall arrived. After several times swearing at the bl**** wind and the increasing squalls, I arrived at Lara and had ...
... the estuary that provides safe haven for the local fishing fleet. A sheltered spot on board a floating cafe / restaurant looking out over the fishing fleet helped pass the time and extend our time away. Our journey then continued south-eastwards; firstly to Bairnsdale where we took advantage of reasonably priced diesel fuel, topping up for the journey home. Next up came Sale where we found a shady spot beside the town lake that has undergone ...