Did I mention I saw a giant fibreglass banana and a fibreglass bee hive?
Also a lot of stunning NSW countryside. Lakes, oceans, rivers, trees, grass, oyster leases, boats, bridges, kangaroos, sunsets, bull bars, highway patrol cars, camper vans and devonshire teas. And lots of gas stations.
Our gi normous 4WD hire car with QLD numberplates scared the other motorists away from us each time we changed lanes, as if we were a lumbering Rhino. Seriosuly. I think global warming is a small price to pay for that moment of diesel powered Man Fury I enjoyed, tooling up the highway with an engine grunting like a grumbly sumo.
This has been quite the unexpected journey for us musical hobbits who, quite frankly, like a cup of tea and lie down most of the time.
I shall be about posting, chronologically, yet more tidbits from whats been happening. It has been so much the capture has overpowered the reporting. We must add more staff. I'd ask my people to get on it but I am my people and I'm tuckered out. Night.