Mixing it Up

This weekend is the Anzac day long weekend and tomorrow is the public holiday. Yeeha!

I was lined up to be one of the speakers at the Seventh Day Adventist Church planting conference in Logue Brook Harvey, when our neighbours on either side invited us to go camping… also at Logue Brook in Harvey right next door. We decided that it seemed most opportune to do both!

So for the next few days I will be sharing stories with the Sevvies and sharing drinks with the neighbours in the next campsite.

We will be tenting with the neighbours while the Sevvies stay in cabins… its been a long time since I have slept in a tent and I can’t say I am excited at all by the prospect of lying on the ground for two nights… tenting… trying not to think about it…

We’re off at 7 am tomorrow so it might be a little quiet around here for a couple of days.watch doctor strange in divx

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6 thoughts on “Mixing it Up

  1. Sleeping under the stars after a time lag you will find your body is older AND wiser concerning comfort. My advice, think Jacobs ladder when the rocks become too hard! This from a 50 year old female living in a household of Eagle Scouts who has spent 30 days at a time backpacking through wilderness areas and sleeping under the stars (all in my younger years). The rocks get harder as we age!

  2. all things to all people

    you’re an inspiration

    sounds like a weekend of balance . . . despite how your back might feel after tenting

  3. Hey mate I was there on Saturday for Camp Picnic and didnt know you were there. We were with five families. Had fourteen kids who spent an hour raising the Dam level by throwing rocks into it and considered it a highlight of the camp. It is the simple things heh! 🙂

  4. Well, it’s the ‘Wednesday after the weekend before’… how did it go? Were you able to mix with both groups in a way that you liked?

    Can be tricky, to not feel pulled by the other group as soon as we sit down with one…

  5. ha ha!It was a hoot.

    The sevvies were very welcoming and seemed to get into what we were saying.

    The neighbours were great fun and have now decided we all ought to go camping once a month! We’re in.

    If it didn’t rain Sat night we would have stayed longer, but we got a little wet!

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