So, I arrived in Adelaide yesterday just before noon. My brother picked me up in his new car and we headed into the city for some beer at the pub. How odd is that for the first thing I wanted to do once coming off the plane? Of course, I had other beers prior to this, like VB on the United and Qantas flights, and Boags at Sydney airport, at the gate. Obviously that meant I was ready for my beloved Coopers, and so Coopers we had. A couple of hours later (maybe it was more, who knows), we headed off via Chicken Chef mmmm. Hey, they got Red Rooster's here now. They carefully planted one about 200 metres before Chicken Chef. I suppose someone did well in their marketing there, since Chicken Chef is the best place to go for roasted chicken, chips, other foods and yummy gravy, but best of all, the chicken salt (mmmmmm) in the whole of Adelaide, so I am sure it's working out for them (I hear that Chicken Treat maybe gone from Adelaide now, but I can not confirm. That place never made sales here anyway, not with the strong independent chicken and chip shops scattered everywhere in Adelaide). After then I picked up a case of Pale Ale for tonight's BBQ and we headed home. By night I was keen to unpack old stuff in the boxes, since the purpose of this trip is to pack everything up and take it back to Montana. Once I successfully made a mess all over the room, I decided it was time to get some sleep.
This morning I awoke sometime between 5 and 6am and watched some cricket on TV before taking a small nap. The rest of the day I plan on hanging out with the cats, repacking some stuff, sucking down some beer and getting ready for the BBQ. It's nice to be back in some decent climate again. Certainly beats the below zero temperatures already endured in these past few months.