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Moreton Island – A Fabulous Encore and Ending

When we left Brisbane back in May, we left with much gusto, trying to cover as much ground as quickly as we could, convinced that six months wasn’t…

Day 181 – The Final Leg Home

After the amazing thunderstorm that was all around us last night, the skies cleared and temperatures dropped right down (but that was to be expected considering we were…

Day 39 – Min Min Encounters? – Dajarra to NT Border (400km)

We continued on the road south from Mount Isa to the quiet (but pretty) town of Boulia, which is famous for two things – Camel Races (in mid-July)…

Day 38 – Enough Tim Tams – Mount Isa to Dajarra (150km)

Renee and Archer were discharged from hospital around lunchtime, so we quickly caught up with the Diehm family then hit the road. But, not before I took another…

Day 33 to 37 – Chilling in Mount Isa

As it sounds, we spent a bit of time here in Mount Isa just catching up with friends, and doing some small maintenance on Deli-chan. Our friends, Dave…

Day 32 – Riversleigh Fossil Centre – Lawn Hill to Mt. Isa (350km)

I think today is officially the start of our second month on the road. Hard to believe that first month went by so quickly. Though, I guess a…

Day 31 – Canoeing Lawn Hill National Park

Dear Diary, I should learn to listen to Risa. I forgot that I was advised not to eat spicy foods by the nurse at Normanton. I cooked a…

Day 30 – Leichhardt Falls to Lawn Hill National Park

Found out late last night why sometimes its beneficial to scope a camp site while there is still light… At least it was so far decomposed that he…

Day 29 – The Healing Properties of Intravenous Drips – Karumba to Leichhardt Falls (250km)

In the continuing saga that was my wellbeing, I woke up feeling OK. Not sick, not sore, not tired. OK. I took some Imodium yesterday, and since then…

Day 28 – Gulf Country – Croydon to Karumba (250km)

No respite from whatever is bothering my stomach… so another morning being sore, tired and generally a ghost. First stop was Croydon, which I have to say, really…