I am a little startled that Dog has not been filling every one in on his adventures with the newly arrived "Aussy lady friend"(she is only 20 I think)
. Now I admit that they are like any pair of Aussies in your house. You can't understand a word of what they say to each other. But, it is apparent they get along well.
Well, the tid bit is that the seat in the side hack is absolutely a bread board. A cushion of some sort is needed. I understand the Aussy phrase "that seat is like a rock", I will leave off any personal chatter that then ensues.
The other thing is we had almost enough gear to suit her up with. Jonks 2 month old Shoie fit her perfectly but almost tore her nose and ears off. (I don't think that is a perfect fit but hey) The HJC flip up fit very nicely with out the facial damage. I need to look at a recent pic of Jonkster to see if he suffered that fate.
Tomorrow they are off to an amazing trip that Dog planned, laid out in advance, got a map and drew lines on. Programed his GPS. Just sensing that Zen is not her thing. Fun to watch the Dog back down for the first time since he has been in America. They are going to end up after a while in Fl at Captquakes place on the lake. Little deer meat and gator butt for the lady. I let him tell of his future plans and report back on the actual trip but if he stonewalls I will make up a super story or two.
As I came in for lunch, the lady of this house was taking them off in Big Bertha to do a little retail therapy. Dog was hugging and murmuring to his wallet with tears in his eyes
. Not sure what that means in Aussy tongue.