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A school visit and a Rhinoceros. Day 132, 57.6km  (3/5/2009)

D was a little sneaky this morning as we headed out of Mt Larcom she saw a roadhouse and went inside. As D is on a fairly strict diet the crew monitor her food quite closely and don’t allow her many treats but D had a little money on her and brought an ice coffee a much forbidden product, she drunk it down with a wicked smile on her face as if she was the cat stealing the cream.  I just looked the other way as I thought what I don’t see, I don’t know. After her treat we ran on to our breakfast stop a “lovely” town called Ambrose, this town was enough to fulfil all our sightseeing needs for the day, hardly! There was nothing there and you could really call it a town, let alone lovely. For breaky I got my Vippy’s and milk and D had her usual healthy assortment with a little wicked smile on her face. D did a quick run onto Bajool as D and I had been invited to give a talk at the local school where I was lucky to meet a great bunch of very patty kids, I didn’t find all the attention very hard to take. The kids were enthusiastic and asked lots of questions and at the end of our visit the schools star football player presented D with a certificate of Appreciation and I a school pen. What happened next was unbelievable the parents group had made us sandwiches and chocolate cake for me and I suppose D even though I’d done all the work with the kids. I tucked in, except the sandwiches had tomato in it and I don’t do tomato so I had to leave a bit of a mess. Opps. We left the school and ran onto a lovely gravel pit at Bob’s Creek where we are camped for the night. I thought I’d have a sniff around before bed and I came across a lovely big shinny Rhinoceros beetle. He was about as big as my nose and probably just as shiny. I gave it a knowing nod and took off for the comfort of my pink Regent home. Very sleepy I’m off to be dreaming about Africa.

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