Hi folks. Now, over the last few years, I have been super impressed with the wonders of on-line shopping. Duck over to the US and tyres are suddenly cheaper. Dock over to Italy and parts that cost a fortune, took 6 months to arrive in Oz, suddenly turned up at the local Post Office for collection after only 5 or 6 days. But the crowning glory, I found today. Many years ago now, I came across Southwark Stout, a brilliant, SA brew, which was only available in SA, or very near their border with Victoria. The first time I found it, I was on a motorbike, and there are fairly tight limits to how many bottles of stout you can carry on a motorbike. On another Adelaide trip, with wife and car, I loaded up with the nectar, but, the three day drive back to Beecroft, saw most of the stout consumed on the way..... even Corrola's have limits, especially if you are carrying all the stuff the wife needs for a two week holiday. I had tried, on several occasions, to order some of this stout up to my place, but always got told, no, it was too hard. Anyhow, today, I was checking on Dan Murphy's web site, and it was offering, for $7 per slab, to deliver to my door. So, I have ordered a slab. I have to admit that I am half expecting them to e-mail me, "Oh no, we didn't really mean that." but (shrug) I am hopeful of getting some of the good stuff sent up from Adelaide. Tyres from America, starter motor from Italy, suspension bits from UK, and now, wonder of wonders...... stout from Adelaide. Amazing, ain't it?