This years theme is the 100th anniversary of the ANZACs.
This is now a rear lamp for daisy, I've found the specialised amber LEDs are too faint and also a poor colour, but using cheap cellophane wrapped around a bright white LED works pretty well. Daisy also has hard to source BAU15S sockets but a tap with a hammer to flatten one of the bayonet tangs on a normal BA15S plug sorts fitting it well enough.
More hurdles I'd overcome previously was the flasher relay being reverse wired to normal types, and the front indicators having the current flow reversed to usual, an issue only with LEDs.
The real fail this morning was not grabbing a decent photo to show the change but I'm sure it's at least as bright or brighter than it was, I just hope I don't have canbus issues but if so that fix should be simple.
If one more country would adopt the same measuring system as the rest of the world, then size labels would become simpler and easier to read on export foods.
I'll have to moan somewhere on-line to get some action about a real lack of lavatories for travellers going past Townsville. My favourite and essential stop, the Bushy Parker rest area at Rollingstone half way between Ingham and Townsville has been rendered very awkward to access due to the back road bridge becoming unroadworthy, so now on the Bruce Highway there's no roadside lavatory between Frances Creek 10 km south of Ingham and Sandy Corner 150 km away. The bypass road that Townsville now almost enjoys has also bypassed any of the few public lavatories that ever existed there.
It's illegal to relieve oneself in public in QLD, with the usual penalties verging upon the death sentence which no longer applies here. Not good enough.
The shortest day in another fortnight or so but seasons don't mean a lot here.
We finally went for a drive today, down to Townsville, here we stopped to get some prescription pills for Olivia as they were way cheaper than from the protected pharmacies in Ingham. A lot of strings were pulled in recent times to ensure a discount pharmacy couldn't open in Ingham, at least one of the few freedoms we have here is being able to chose who to vote for.
Unusually I took this one fancy style by using its food scene setting to boost the colour saturation a touch.
Nice to have some sunshine again today.