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... surprised how many semi-trailers used this road. A lot of caravans/trailers as well. After another roughly 600 km on Thursday and, after finding that the park we had identified just past Toowoomba no longer allows overnight stays, we eventually stopped in a car park in Esk for the night. Ruth didn't sleep well as she was worried about getting into strife for using the park and made me put a bucket under the sullage outlets so ...
Annabel has grown about 10cm it seams since we saw her 6 months ago. Her new school certainly agrees with her and she is doing cartwheels and still dancing continuously. She gives Adam and I lessons on how to use our phone and all the right apps we should be using. She beats us at Uno so we introduce her to Quick Scrabble to put her back into her place. It doesn’t take her long to match us at this as well.
Last day Jo decides she is now ...
... his head office who didn't want to run with my ad, our bank who have kindly given us a 3 month hardship mortgage holiday, and writing this blog.
So we get $400 for the wreck, a car Kerry paid $3000 for, 5 days prior to his accident.
I pay $4500 for the painter to finish painting the house and sleepout.
I've yet to pay the gardener.
I've paid more than $1000 for the real estate advertising.
I paid $3500 to replace the carpet in ...
... don't always apparently . I fed Mystique who is the male and David fed Ella - one of the females. There were four altogether but the young one couldn't be fed because it wasn't fully weaned. I have some great photos and here's a few to be going on with. So to add to my list, that's flocks, herds, a mob and a pod. You never know I may even get to spot a whale or two but only if they're 'tail end charlies' David enjoyed his ??th birthday and we went down to Jo's for the ...
... on the beach was the main attraction here! I followed a little sealed road, which led to a pub and general store. Just what I needed - I knew I was going to need food for camping tonight, and had seen signs saying fires were banned. I picked up a tin of pears, some solid looking granola bars and some chocolate (all stuff that would not need cooking), and continued. A little further on, the road turned onto the beach and stopped. So here I was....time to find out what ...