Problem two: The photo of me shows up a patch of hair on my forehead that was missed on my last trim.
The answer is simple.
Here I was about to set up a tripod to capture ourselves but a Japanese family came by and offered to shoot us, an offer gratefully accepted, a pity though that my new TF card seems to have a few bad blocks in it as we lost some shots at this point, it happened on the Walgett trip too so I'll need to act.
Best wishes to Danielle and Scott, whom we know nothing about.
I did all four doors and they now work reliably, at least for now.
I gave it some thought and reasoned a jubilee clamp might hold it pretty well, and it does seem to work OK.....for now.
In this nanny state the law was relaxed a little while back to allow anyone to change shower heads, so I don't think I've even broken one of our punitive laws. Incredible the we have the word "free" in our national anthem when we have so many rules limiting what we can do.
Irksome to me is extra funding to schools over the the years would be funding this pretty but overdone notice board, meanwhile student results dip lower.
For free TV they also use a satellite and to my disappointment the picture on Imparja is also better than we get from WIN in Townsville, a dozen years ago the reverse was true, but for one broadcaster things have moved on.
I gave up trying to read the blurry numbers on the players some years ago on WIN, it just made me too angry.
Good to see his pants at a decent length, unlike the masses who wander about with the cuffs dragging on the ground.
I can't say that I was happy about the amount of dogs that wander freely about the town though, I'm powerful scared of them and just like when I see smokers I tend to walk a lot of detours to avoid.
The countryside today has looked good.
Different St George but good enough.
I got a bit ahead of myself with the last few posts on this weblog but they live in Brisbane, barely as the council border is very nearby.
Naturally when we were here the ambiance was ruined by a pair of travellers, one yacking on a phone, and another stinking the place up with a cigarette, which naturally was tossed on the ground afterwards, but at least the air cleared a bit after that.
These markers are on the old Port Curtis road which I have to believe was the highway before being bypassed. They're overgrown now but their purpose has long gone, in reality the Tropic has moved north to somewhere near that lone tree on the right side of the road since the highway moved, but this just solves what to me has been a long term mystery, thanks to earth and street Google.