Camden Motor Inn
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... antics on video on Kim's phone. This evening, things started out in a very calm fashion, the Greens and Rob in particular relaxing after their day's endeavours. After an excellent dinner, everyone settled down to watch a little of the Big Bash cricket. However, Jane had other ideas, and got everyone riled up for a game of darts. By the time we had returned in Rob's car from picking up Will from work (and meeting ...
... we went for our pit stop and when we had our coffees in our hand, I wanted to get it to go and he wanted to sit and drink it … I won out saying we could drive around and drink it while we looked at Glen Innes. I was keen to go to a Museum there as I thought it would have a lot of interesting things.
We left Maccas and I could see the Information Bureau was across the driveway so in we went …or at least I thought it was the ...
Speaker wires: Chris has installed speaker wires. Whilst we are not having a radio or speakers we wished to future proof the van as much as possible.
Yellow insulation batts: Chris has done 3/4 of the vehicle with these yellow batts. Ceiling and walls.
Air Conditioner: See photos. What an installation!
Washing Machine: Currently placed into and looking resplendent in the position it is soon to live in. It was nice to just 'touch' ...
... intense time. Endeavouring to maximise the experience, I was 'running here, there & everywhere' but for me, I needed to stop and grab that moment of silence, a long one, away from it all. It's incredible to think what happened in 4 1/2 days in Antarctica. It’s like no other place on Earth - that I’ve seen anyway. I’ve been unsuccessful in finding a suitable word to describe Antarctica. When people ask how was it, they are a little perplexed by my 'It was ...
... as well as Chhay's mum was there too. We distributed our supply of dried fish, fish paste (prahoc), and other food items. Caught up with Muny and Winner and went to the Cambodian meeting.
Managed to achieve quite a bit in Queensland, even though wasn't feeling 100%.
Getting back into the car was good. Nice to drive on smooth roads, everyone travelling at the same speed and sticking to their lanes. But at same time, a little bit boring and quiet.