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... polished and shaped tree roots (it was more interesting than it sounds!) One of the tree roots was enormous and a local man had found it and cleaned and polished it with dentist tools.....so very time consuming I would imagine, but strangely interesting, Im sure Douglas will have pics on Facebook soon. When we did eventually arrive to Pambula (after loooooonnnggg stretches of darkness and nothingness) we were greeted by some very friendly ...
... relationship with the Killer Whales.
from Eden is
the Davidson Whaling Station. Three
generations of the Davidson family ran the longest shore-based whaling station
operation in Australia for over 60 years, with the last descendant making her
final journey from the family home “Loch Garra” as recently as 1984. A short walk down to Kiah Inlet and we found
the remaining artefacts of a once ...
... unit so that kept the cost down and we both had nice bathrooms and balconies. It was nice to be able to open the curtains and doors and see some daylight at last. There was also a restaurant so we went over and had gorgeous fillet steaks. John and I also had sticky date puddings.
The petrol light came on in the car for no apparent reason so it looks like we may be hanging around a Toyota garage tomorrow. ...
... you'd have missed it although we did have a comfort stop and morning tea there at about 11.30am. This town was originally a gold mining town (so they advertise). We then went on an unsealed road to Towamba which although was printed smaller on the map was much larger (even had a 1860's school- still being used).
After Towamba we were heading down the mountains towards Eden. The road was named The Snake Track - not because of the number ...
... of bird-life sang and danced through the tall trees all around. An impressive array of stars lit up the ceiling as we drove off. Our stop for the night was a rest area right beside the highway. We slept there with the streetlights beaming down on us. Sylvia fell asleep as soon as she laid down while Jason kept on blogging to the sound of passing vehicles. Earplugs and an eye shield were mandatory pieces of equipment. We ...