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Day 102 - Wednesday 15 August 2012

Darwin

Today was odd jobs day around the van - by the way it is another clear blue sky day. David started with the Navara, letting down the tyres from about 45 psi to 35 psi, and letting down the airbags from 45 psi to 15 psi, this makes the ride more comfortable when we are not towing the caravan and while this was happening Di did some more washing. Later we went for a walk around the caravan park to check out the dump point as we will have to use our 55 litre Tote Tank to empty the black water holding tank. The holding tank holds about 110 litres which generally lasts seven to 10 days, but as we are here for two weeks, we will have to make a couple of runs with the Tote Tank which holds about 50 litres. We managed to successfully empty the black water tank without any dramas and wheel it around to the dump point - it weighs about 60 kgs when full.

After lunch we went to BTC (Boats, Trailers and Caravans) for some Biomagic and Self Amalgamating Tape - marvellous stuff! Then it was on to Harvey Norman so David could buy a new electric shaver - his 15 year old Phillishave had finally given up the ghost, and this time was not repairable as the motor had burnt out. The three head Phillishaves are still more than $300 each so settled on a Remington copy for $100. Then it was off to the Oasis Shopping Centre for a few groceries and a paper - but even though it was 4:30 pm the Australian had not come in. We wasted some time sitting around waiting for the Australian to come in, but no such luck, so it was back to the caravan park.

No photos today.

Posted by TwoAces 18:37

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