Sunday 15th September - AyrDown to 14.5 and back up to 28.4 today. The nights appear to be getting warmer. Clive went off to Mass at the Sacred Heart Church in town. Mass commenced at 9am and he said that it was a great service. Before the final prayer the priest who was from Africa said that he would like to do something a bit different. Before taking his Holy Orders he was a professional drummer and had played in cities all around the world. He used one of his single native drums and sang a song in African. He has a brilliant voice and when this was finished everyone clapped enthusiastically. Then he sung one in English and whilst this was still great it wasn't as good as the one in his native language. A great way to end Mass. The plan then was for him to get some groceries, but guess what. Yep - Coles and Wollies are both closed on Sundays. There were a few shops open but not many. In the end he found a bakery and bought a fresh loaf of bread and also a match stick and jam donut for me. Delicious Later we went for a drive around town, taking photos of interest. Well this took all of 5 minutes, so we went for a drive to Rita Island looking for the boat ramp and access to the Burdekin River again. Well we followed the signs but couldn't find it and ended 'lost' surrounded by cane fields. Thankfully 'Jeeves' aka Garmin was able to help get us back to the park. An interesting afternoon.