We’re made is safely to Cowra, thanks to our driver Matthew Hall and our trusty new mascot, Success Whale — but I think I’m going colour-blind.
The photo above shows Success Whale sitting on the bed at the luxurious Alabaster Motel. As you may see, all three and a half stars of colour are certainly on display! The clash of styles almost makes me vomit — but at least that proves we’re arrived. Somewhere.
So many things happened along the way. We saw cows. And sheep. And crows. And currawongs. The Navman satellite navigation toy told us to “Go to nearest road”, despite being on a rather fine highway. We did the world’s slowest lap of Mount Panorama race track (thankfully I forgot to press “record”). And much more I’ll tell you soon, I promise.
4 Replies to “Success Whale protects us in Cowra”
Listen chief — this “Success Whale” of yours is nothing but a stuffed toy you could win at a school fete for a dollar. Wake up to yourself.
And that’s not a Made In China/Taiwan label I see poking out the side, is it? Not exactly the mark of a sanctified talisman, I would have thought.
@Stephen Stockwell: I’ve not idea what Success Whale’s label said, it’s faded beyond recognition with age. And I just tore it off.
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