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Year View| Summary| Highlights| Month View| Friday 23 January 2004 (Day View) – Cooktown, Pizza and Chips
23.01.2004 – Friday 23 January – Cooktown, Pizza and Chips
- • I sleep.
- • I enter a deeper state of sleep.
- • I enter a semi-awake state of sleep, during which I dream a lot, but I forget this by the time I wake.
- • Wake.
- • Walk. The spa is intense. Rain has swelled the waters. I am pummelled.
- • I arrive back from town. Shan turned up a few hours ago, with Kylie, Jade and Ella – on their way to town, a spur of the moment anti-boredom measure I think. We had a good time – bought chips, milkshakes and pizza from Joe’s, which we ate down at the wharf, and some drinks from the servo, before driving home again. I really quite enjoyed it – it’s nice to be able to do these sort of things with Joneses (and now Kylie), as I’ve never been able to before, as they were too young.
- • Sleep.