Dad was keen to revisit Pleasant Point particularly with a view to showing the boys the Model T Ford Railcar. It was thus our first stop for Saturday morning, after mucking about at home for a while, playing some violin and guitar duets and taking a family photo. Had a good look around the little railcar; the stationmaster was quite happy for us to get inside it. Took ourselves to Legends for our tenzees - the most amazing little restaurant with vintage decor and mismatched chairs and the most interesting knick-knacks. Walked past the taxidermist across the road as well but that was pretty awful really unless you happen to like the idea of stuffed preserved animals. I asked Nick if we could take a drive through Pleasant Point (gesturing appropriately with head bobbings); our drive brought us out at a regular garage sale which we've been to before. Picked up a few books. Home for a late lunch and afternoon at home. At 6 pm we had a tea arrangement with the Kempfs - church folk have been so accommodating and hospitable! Had a lovely evening with delicious cooking, some dutch blitz and live music thrown in. We were all much amused at their new dishwasher ("it's the best cold water can do").