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... got better.
This afternoon Donna (my Donna) and I caught up on the news (me reading the paper - Donna reading NO Idea - women’s magazine). Got the boys to bed after dinner and then settled in for some evening TV.
Heading east to Canberra tomorrow for a day or so. Will be looking to find another car wash too as I managed to encounter some more sloppy tracks and mud puddles today going between paddocks so the car is a bit brown again.
... as the A Van friends and Helen that I travelled with, there was a large contingent from my other caravan club, the ACC (Australian Caravan Club). It was good to catch up with them too and I will be meeting them all again in Yarrawonga in a couple of weeks.
Next morning, the sunrise was a beautiful red. Ah, red in the morning is the shepherd's warning. Rain's coming. We're leaving just in time. Susanne, Terry and I are going to do a bit of touring round central NSW.
... head to Narromine. We drove up mover the blue mountains, where we stopped and grabbed some lunch at a servo before we headed back down the other side over to Dubbo and Narromine was only 30 minutes for there. It was pretty miserable weather which wasn't ideal in the army jeep. Not only was it pretty noisy, it had no radio, the heating was pretty shabby and my accelerator foot was soaked by the time we stopped for lunch because water had been leaking in thought then pedals. I was glad ...
... a great. GWS Giants (greater western Sydney) were playing St Kilda in a string of warm up matches before the season starts, and they were playing in some of the more rural towns and areas to try and give something back to their supporters that travel to watch them in the big cities as well as try and gain a few more supporters. I took me the first quarter to figure out what was going on and the basic rules, it is similar to Gaelic football, but ...
... Campbell came and chatted for a bit too once he'd finished. Sal thanked me for going back to help Harry which was nice of her and I headed to the flat. I sorted out some meats I had bought, divided them up and popped them in the freezer before making dinner and having a beer. I had bought garlic prawns from the supermarket - they are so good - so had them with salad. It was tasty. After dinner I drew up a calendar for February ...
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