Tuesday, April 22, 2008

Girls Day Out.



Today I took the girls to Port Pirie to buy our winter shoes and underwear. We had a great day out. We left home around 11. Port Pirie is just under a hour away from us so we got there just before 12.00. I don't know the town very well but I thought I would be able to get us to KMart but I drove around and couldn't find it so we drove into town and asked at the Tourist Information. They gave us a map and showed us the way. They also had a photo gallery open so we went in to take a look. I didn't realize that we weren't suppose to take photos and I started clicking photo's of the girls looking at the pictures. This girl came out and said to me, excuse me can you please not take some photo's in here, these pictures are under copyright. :::oops::: I did delete those photos.

After the Art Gallery we decided to go and get lunch. McDonalds was just around the corner from the Tourist Info so we went there. It was packed. I have never seen a place with so many people lined up to be served. We changed our minds and decided to head over to KMart and go to KFC which was next door for lunch. We had lunch did our shopping and came home. We got back around 3.30 or so. It was good to spend sometime with the girls.
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