Anyway Mum and Dad watched the moon rise ... Dad knocked over pretty much all of the wine and on the way back to town, again saw the Police ... Crikey .... they were still there!!!! Should have let Mum drive, aye??? All was well ... the VERY nice cop recognised our car and just waved Dad on. Crikey did Mum ever give a BIG sigh of relief that night. When they got back to town there were people everywhere. All the pubs were full, there was music blaring from everywhere and a two-up game was in full swing in the middle of the road just outside the most popular pub. There were 4 wheel drive vehicles everywhere and they were ALL filthy. Red bull dust covered every single one of them. Mum and Dad wondered where they were all going to be spending the night as there's not much accommodation in Windorah. They found out the next morning .... they went for their early morning bird watching jaunt down by the river and there was No bird watching that morning.There were bodies everywhere. Apparently down by the river is the BEST place to camp. Who knew?????
Funny .... they ALL left that next day and Windorah settled down to be the quiet little outback town Mum, Dad and Harri loved so much. All the police officers left too. Off to the next town to set up their breathalyser unit before the Birdsville picnic race mob arrived.
Harri in his green chair. This was taken at a flyball competition not at Windorah.
He was plum tuckered out from all that running. He ran really well that day and his team won the competition. They didn't win VERY often. His team did flyball for fun that's why Mum joined up. Most of the teams consisted of border collies and kelpies. They are FAST and obedient. I'm fast but Mum doesn't think I would be VERY obedient at flyball. Harri's team consisted of ... wait for it ... Harri (irish terrer), Lucy (wire haired foxie), Ebon (toy poodle), Roonah (Irish water spaniel), Oscar (Jack Russell terrier), Butch (a VERY big, dopey and VERY loveable Doberman) and Rosie (who knew what Rosie was!!). No wonder they didn't win much. Quite a combination and not a border collie to be seen. Mind you EVERYONE loved them. They were ALWAYS the comic attraction
Wanna run ... Love, Charlie.