lovely sunny day. Plenty of breeze for the washing. Large loads so decide to use the caravan park machines instead of the caravan machine. Ollie offered to take it across and put it in before he goes to golf.
Pop over to take it out – there are 2 machines and a dryer but only 1 machine in use – how did he get it all in one machine? I ask myself. Answer he didn’t – he put one load in the dryer with the liquid soap!!!!!!!!!!! Oh, bless – he really needs more practice at this job.
beep, beep, beep, beep – warning beep from inside caravan – power cut. Thunder rumbling all around – no storm here but whole of Port Lincoln has a power cut. Sun still out when Ollie got back from golf so unearth the solar panel from the car to boost batteries – cloud comes over just as we get it set up!!! And power comes on again!!!!!
Ladies golf. Boring accounts this afternoon
Decide to have a bit of a practice 9 holes and have a walk. Never knew golf to be so dangerous. Firstly 4 guys behind us decide to play through us!!!!!! Then Ollie wheeled the trolley onto my in growing toe nail. Think I was halfway down the fairway trying not to scream. Finally on the next to last hole I drove off and got a excruciatingly painful stab on the ankle. The weirdest insect had got me.
Sat golf comp. great fun. Ankle still swollen.
Discovered I’d been bitten by a “Jack Jumper” ant – well actually “stung” by one. Well I certainly jumped like a Jack.
rain & more forecast. Took off to Lincoln National Park. Walked along Donnington & Somerset beaches. Loads of Pacific gulls.
then went to visit HMB Endeavor – a replica of Cooks 1768 ship.
spotted more cobwebs on step into caravan. Flicked it off but didn’t all go so turned over the step – OMG – the biggest female red back I have ever seen – it’s body was at least 1/4 inch across – didn’t sop to take photo – egg sack and spider got the foot stamp. Seems it the week for nasties!!!!
Time 7 am – 7.20 am
what a beautiful morning