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Year View| Summary| Highlights| Month View| Monday 28 January 2008 (Day View) – I arrive in Cooktown.
28.01.2008 – Monday 28 January – Cooktown
- • I drove to the Esplanade, and bought a milkshake. It is extremely hot. I’m waiting for Shan to wake up—he went out last night.
- • Shan is not feeling well after going out last night, and Silas is at work, so after laying in the shade at the Esplanade for a while watching topless women, I drove up to Cooktown. I hit a kangaroo on the Lakeland to Cooktown stretch, damaging the front bumper, and hopefully nothing else. Fortunately I was going fast and hit it straight on, as anything else would quite likely have had me going off the road. It jumped out just in front of me so there was no avoiding it.
- • Arrived at Mum’s, said hello to Dad and Mum, chatted for a while, and went to bed.