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JUST BEFORE DARK
Not grey not green a pearlescent in-betweenness.What is the space between coloursa no man's land, an artist's palettehesitantalchemical.
I gaze seaward just before darkand think, what if born blindunlike a later loss of sightcolour remembered, incised on the brain, thenhow to comprehend the splendour, unravel the words ...
... in some of the festival activities.
They generously offered for us to camp out on their 5 acres and Glen offered to take us fishing and crabbing the next day... Sounds perfect, so we pack up the next morning and head their way......very excited about the prospect of getting a muddy.....they live near the Proserpine river....which I might add is full of crocodiles ...
Our first full day in Airlie is a relaxing one as we did a long drive the day before. We head into town with our swimmers on straight to the lagoon. The lagoon is a man-made swimming area but it's deeper than the one in Cairns and there seem to be less people which is nice! Me and Mum find a spot under a palm tree and laze and read whilst Terry uses his internal compass to find the nearest music store to have a strum of some guitars.
Mum and ...
... Nellie Melba's first house (she married an engineer who worked at the sugar refinery next door). She wasn't really happy here and finally left her husband to go back to Melbourne after which her career blossomed)
The land is full of sugar cane plantations which are serviced by sugar trains owned by the sugar refineries - there were 3 sugar refineries along the 85 km. The rail is about a 2 foot gauge and is hundreds ...
... been good to me. Whilst it is a backpacker bubble, with the Whitsundays and not much else, I have had an amazing time, experienced things I never thought I'd do and made some awesome friends.Recently I had my record book signed and since October I have spent 133 days being paid to sail maxi yachts. Yes, there have been bad trips, with grumpy passengers and broken boats but the majority have been possibly the most exciting thing I have done so far and the best job I've ever ...
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