Steve, Marty and I, along with a bunch of Geelong Ulysses Club members headed over to Mount Gambier (South Australia) to the lovely McNamara Park race circuit. Last year I camped off the motorcycle for the first time in decades. This year Steve brought along the “Mothership” for a different approach to MC ‘camping’. The Mothership quickly became known as the Taj Mahal amongst the assembled tent campers.
John’s new-to-him outfit.
The ‘Mothership’ – exterior & interior setup. Note the kitcken sink!
This is what we came for
Race like a girl
Which is fair enough seeing that it’s a food preparation area and bar!
Crikey Jules, your mate could join the “Tiny House” movement with that level of accommodation! Sounds like a great trip.
Sure could. It’s what camping should be at our age! Our next gig with the Mothership is historic racing at the Broadford (Vic) track.
Camping eh? 😉 A mans gotta have his comforts!
Good to see you out and about Jules. Might see you at the GP again this year?
Yes camping is a ‘broad church’ I guess. I’m not sure if I will make it to the GP this year unfortunately.