We couldn't think of any other puns to go with this post, but then again we didn't think about it for more than a few seconds. Now, nobody is allowed to slip on our new tactile flooring in the laundry. Nobody. And, as an added bonus, all our washers and dryers are now working so everyone can stop being sarcastic about them.
We probably should've done the accounting last week when the weather wasn't so flippin' amazing! Nevermind. The end is in sight...
From today the old jetty will be systematically dismantled with the new cyclone proof version on the right taking its place. For all the details check with Ian Flatters in site 62. He has spoken to the on site builders and has all the goss. Thanks to his neighbours the Wrights in site 63 for the photo.
It was a tightly fought contest with a dramatic late surge from Paris on the final day to pip Sunday at the finish. We had prize giving at the sausage sizzle yesterday, but unfortunately Chris Howell and Chris Macfarlane (who have both been taking the dog show too seriously, although we like that) were on a male bonding trip to Cape York.
Early exit polls suggest Sunday will win this one, closely followed by peoples' favourite Paris, with Marla and Georgie tied for third. But voting doesn't end until midnight tonight so if you haven't yet selected your favourite then head over to the gallery of these little miscreants by clicking here. Don't forget the result and the prize giving will take place tomorrow in the camp kitchen at the Every Second Sunday Sausage Sizzle @ 6pm.
And here are a few chosen quotes from the voters, where it appears Paris has the momentum going into the final stretch...
Friend: Sunday, Every mans best friend.
Tully Show starting tonight. Lights, carny folk and candy floss... what more could anyone need! Click on either of the pics below to see the full schedule.
There is a solo art exhibition by Sal Badcock starting this Saturday at Mission Arts. If we had the time we would go, so we're going to have to leave it up to others to go out and do a bit of cultural learning and appreciation. Click the picture below to find out more and see what else is going on at the art centre.
Here is the camping area doing what it does best, being full of tents.
Sherlock Holmes and Dr Watson were going camping. They pitched their tent under the stars and went to sleep. Sometime in the middle of the night Holmes woke Watson up and said: "Watson, look up at the sky, and tell me what you see." Watson replied: "I see millions and millions of stars." Holmes said: "And what do you deduce from that?" Watson replied: "Well,
The forecast is for a little son with brighter spots to follow... And the new royal prince finally has a name! George Alexander Louis. Which means we have two winners of our Royal Baby Sweepstakes... Joy the newspaper lady and Pam Godwin in site 3. They both receive $30 each. Congrats!
Graham & Sue Denny have recently taken over management of the caravan park and will be posting updates from time to time on this page. This is the place to find out what's been going on and what exciting things we have coming up...