Mossman Fantail B&B
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Time to move on. Cooktown has been interesting and we might return again in the future. We got away by 0915 and headed along the Mulligan Highway retracing our way in. We are not looking forward to the very steep hills on this road with gradients of 8 and 9%. We did better on them than we thought but they are monsters. The scenery is very much outback until we got close to MT Molloy, ...
This blog was written by Max and is basically a direct transfer from his personal diary & was not originally written for the blog, so is a little longer than you might expect. *************** We had planned to meet friends Trevor & Margaret Hancox from Mt Barker at Milander Falls but they phoned us as we were arriving at Millaa Millaa and suggested that we meet there and use the local Caravan park on non powered sites, which we did. New owners had taken over 3 days before ...
Today we drove a bit further north to Miallo. There we went on a Cocoa and Sugar Cane farm tour. Our farmers name was Jeff and he took us for a walk through the farm. The farm is an operating farm so we go to see all the machinery and farmers in action! On the walk of the farm we got to see how cocoa and sugar are processed from estate to plate! At the end of the tour we had the opportunity to try some of the chocolate that we had seen being ...
Well, the good news is that we got back over the pass in the Daintree without incident and were in time to witness two B doubles being ferried across the river. The warning truck which drives ahead of them told Pete that they have no end of trouble with people who refuse to pull off the road to let the trucks through – what a job!
Our drive to our next stop was a real doddle, being only about 70 kms away. We decided to stop at Mossman, a small country town ...
The tent pegs are found! Not here and not by me. John Armstrong found them near where I was re packing the car at Ngukurr. A Wycliffe group of visitors is/was there so we requested they take them back to Kangaroo Ground Melbourne where Richard (our eldest) can pick them up when there for Board meetings. Then we can get them when we visit Adelaide. Why so much trouble for what is about $30 worth of tent pegs? The heavy canvas bag they come in isn't easily replaced. ...