THURSDAY 26 JUNE ADELS GROVE
I was on tents, John on grounds. He felt he was being typecast in this role, but he does such a good job of it. There were multiple tasks within this work – just depended on what needed doing at any one time, on top of the basic campground cleaning and grooming.
I did the early session on reception. There were only a few tents to do and I’d finished all that by late lunch time.
Then I helped in the later afternoon rush on reception, which really needed two people now. There was always a rush of later arriving campers booking in, and the check in procedure for each was quite time consuming.
The Camry couple left today. D had managed a to fix the gearbox. It cost them $850 for repairs and second hand tyres, to get them back to proper help – via Gregory and Burke and Wills! He seemed to think he’d got off cheaply – which he had. In the end, they really enjoyed their stay, despite the inauspicious start.