Well of course I ended up enjoying it! Always, it's the same. Anxiety, trepidation, worry - all wasted emotions as when I got there it was all fine. What did help, a lot, was busying myself taking the photo's.
It was tiring, hard physical work at times, some parts a bit uncomfortable - all totally over ridden by great company, a laugh, some fun, good food, good drink, awesome views. There are lots of stories to tell but for now I think I will let the pictures say the 1000 words...
|Mr K - pretty pleased that we had set up camp and he finally had a beer in hand|
|Young tech who scored a 'day off' on Friday to help set up camp! He too was pretty pleased with the fact he worked out how to put his tent up!|
|The camp before the entire team arrived. The tarps were a nightmare to put up - only 3 of us and a gale force wind!|
|The moonscape where the camp spot is - in the lee of a sand dune. The other side of the dune is pristine ocean|
|The genny - gave us light and powered the fridges - who says we 'rough' it|
|The old lady 'princess' of the camp. She was not amused here that she had been put down on the sand. She did the rounds of everyones lap.|
|Tom Dog - he waits for his love ... waiting ...waiting|
|Great white fishermen .... just as well we had steak and chops for dinner as we sure didn't get any fish|
|The Team - with only a few missing|
|A boy and a dog ... priceless|
|Awwww puppy love. This is Tom Dogs girl.|
|Love the colours|
|Pumping up the tyres and a sad and weary goodbye ... well until work tomorrow anyway!|