The light showing in the middle stall is from the torch Olivia very conveniently had with her.
The black box in front of the sign is the Star Wars Trilogy but the world's moved on and unlike the houses here that suffer from an extra zero on the end of the price, free is about the right rate for VHS gear, including the recorder.
We had a look and left it for someone more desirous.
The soggy look is from rain that drenched the east coast, happily it was pretty well gone on Saturday.
After a short while I remembered that if I used the camera that the train would complete its crossing, true to form it did and I just caught it.
The usual bland car colours in view, Australia is cursed by a sea of bland grey cars, it's become a real joy to see the unusual like a pretty green car now.
Much of that would have been avoided if the tenders for work had the trailing zero on the price erased from the often hyper inflated cost.
Olivia was relaxed too that Morning and stayed in good cheer all day.
The cabin which at $72 for a night was more than I wanted to pay but it was quiet, had a great bed and good hot shower, even the A/C was a good quietish thermostat controlled unit, but the TV was a waste of time.
Since it's only an old analogue unit commonly found left out for kerbside collection I knew the quality was such that if I watched the football free TV usually insult our eyeballs with, it would just look like any other blurry mess on it.
The instructions for using the TV and set top box were clear and quite foolproof, which they would need to be for much of the public, but the downer is realising the signal is just a speck short of the being viable, resulting in a few seconds of being fine interrupted by a dropout. The stuttering result is too annoying to bother with so off it went and Jimmy wished he'd brought the radio he left behind thinking it wouldn't get any use.
In the morning I notice a dipole missing off the phased array aerial on the roof, that would cause the issue but it also seemed odd that it was a VHF unit in this age of UHF.
My mind thinks that they pay the same money for landing fees yet their natural position must be that they have to waste fuel circling waiting for their social betters to have priority.
Still some slight pain under my ribs but at least it doesn't affect my sleep now, pity the course of antibiotics didn't clear it completely but I can't see the doc again until after I collect my dear Olivia from the airport.
11 years ago when I first saw my current doctor I was 116 kg, I was even heavier before that, so this is a weight for me to be pleased about.
Some really bad soldering (a word the yanks just can't pronounce) and junk wire to connect.
The pills were what the doctor prescribed for a dose of what may have been diverticulitis (again) pity they didn't really have any effect but yesterday I finally felt I'm recovering a bit after three weeks of quite poor health.
They don't taste too bad either, like peanuts in the shell but without the woody shell taste.
On a really positive note Olivia's visa was finally granted a few hours ago, so soon we shall be together as a real couple, the time is right now for me too.
You can't see them but Mercury and minor planet Pluto are hiding in the background.
She has her eye on that other spider and will soon jump on it, dinner I suspect. I even managed to cypher what breed it was fairly quickly thanks to the wonder of the internet.
Like most things here it's fairly harmless to us so I just leave them be, if spiders kill flies and mosquitoes why would I harm them, they're my friend.