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Year View| Summary| Highlights| Month View| Saturday 1 March 2003 (Day View) – Arrive in Brisbane
01.03.2003 – Saturday 1 March – I arrive in Brisbane
- • Silas and I awoke, amazingly still alive. After discovering one of the headlights was falling off and taping it back on, we continued on our way.
- • We drove and drove, taking turns. We passed through Gympie, saw the turnoff to where I used to live, and continued on. The small two lane highway changed into a four lane freeway and we drove into Brisbane. We passed over the Gateway toll bridge, got lost by missing the right exit, drove around a few suburbs and found an alternative route, found the right road and once we were close enough Silas’s memory kicked in and he recognized where we were and we found Joe’s place. We said hello and headed upstairs for a much needed shower. I don’t remember exactly when we arrived, but it must have been close to six o’clock.
- • Silas’s uncle, Joe, had a few whiskies and Silas had a few of his home brews and we all talked then went to bed.