From Port Douglas we travelled the East Coast of QLD. We spent a few nights at South Mission Beach it was such a beautiful, quiet spot. It was outside tourist season so the caravan park wasn’t full by any stretch. It was a very welcoming park with lush greenery and some nice shady sites. From … Continue reading
It’s been a year since our last map trick so I thought it was time to crack it out again and show you all where we’ve been!!
Well we did it! We have hit the road again. Where are we you ask? Now we are not normally ones for travelling through over-populated cities and overly touristy regions however, at the moment that is exactly what we are doing! There is a method to our madness. One: we have spent over seven months … Continue reading
i·tin·er·ant [ahy-tin-er-uh nt, ih-tin-] noun a person who alternates between working and wandering. a person who travels from place to place, especially for duty or business. Another chapter is coming to an end. We are moving on. Our itinerant lifestyle has come out of hiding and we are packing our bags, boxes, ute and trailer. This … Continue reading
A Pommy girl from Essex, UK. A city slicker come country girl from Brisbane, AUS. An unlikely friendship forged in the middle of nowhere. These friendships sometimes come quickly and fade even faster. But some, a mere few last the distance. For our sake I hope this friendships a keeper!
If you’d asked me a year ago if I’d ever live and work in a stock-camp I would have laughed in your face. Stopped. Smiled. And then laughed some more. But as I type this post today I have done just that. Lived and worked in a stock-camp. And lived to tell the tale It … Continue reading
As I sit and write this post. I hear silence. There is no one about. The shed is away from the homestead so I cannot even hear the hum of the generator. The only sound I can here is the howling of the wind. Actually I lie. If I listen carefully I can hear the … Continue reading
After seeing where we live and surrounding areas from the air I have finally realised how remote we really are. I mean we aren’t days and days from anywhere but with more than half of Australia’s population hugging the coast line we are worlds away from that. Currently we are at Tartlon Downs and have been … Continue reading
We all love social media. There is no doubt about it. It is rare these days to meet someone and not connect with them on Facebook or Twitter at some point. Even remote stations now have internet access via satellite. It is more common to send an e-mail or Facebook message than pick up the phone … Continue reading