Whitsunday Moorings Bed and Breakfast
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... something quite new, to find
so effortlessly in the everyday, the odd
the poignant, the glory, the humour, the
apprehension, the sorrow.
The need of pen and paper at the ready
when technology is out of reach, to
grab and hold the moment as words rush in
to put aside all else
that urge all encompassing
to find myself no less than
August 26, 2014
... were very restless in the car today, so we decided to burn off some more energy by exploring the tourist park and going out to watch the planes.
Probably will stay here for a couple of days too, tomorrow night is a roast night and a demonstration of fire twirling, so the girls will be in for a big night on Wednesday !
... the incident and thankful for the many passing cars that stopped to offer assistance.
Given our next destination was Airlie Beach John did two trips, one to deliver Justin and Mickal's camper trailer to Airlie Beach and doubled back and picked up their caravan and we are now all safely at Adventure Big 4.
After yesterdays events we ended up at Mackay when the man at the caravan park asked me if ...
Despite being a little lazy yesterday, we were able to get ourselves very well organized. We were just a little daunted about how much room we would have on the boat if we packed what we wanted, so we put it all off to the last minute. Ignorance is bliss! But we shouldn't have worried. Our supplies fit beautifully, and we certainly have not packed lightly! So we set off, in near perfect conditions - it has been a ...
We decided to go for a walk in the rainforest in the Conway National Park about half an hours drive from here. When we got there we were chatting to a Ranger and he advised that the time advertised for the walk was only one way and at the pace we walk ( not his words) it would be hard to finish before dusk so we took a shorter walk. The rain forest here is different to that at Eungella, I guess ...