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... buy quick-dry long and short-sleeved shirts. Some evenings can be quite cool and a long-sleeved shirt is preferable than short-sleeves. Wendy will also ditch the 3/4 pants she took for wearing when off the bike and replace them with the convertible shorts/trousers option. They will also be quick dry. She found that you need pockets when travelling and the 3/4 pants were not quite suitable. Wendy took a pair of clip-in cycling sandals and a pair of light walking shoes. ...
... have a spiral fracture of left fibula and a plaster cast and up to about 6 weeks to perfect my use of crutches. Fortunately there is a spare bedroom and comfy couch here at Takura thanks to Jack and Jill.
We will be home on Monday and DB will be on call - maybe he can apply for a carers pension???
Anyway all is well and we were lucky to be near a major hospital in fact I had worked at Hervey Bay a couple years ago.
Jan and Dave
We got away just after lunch and headed out to the Burkes in Blackwater for the night. Everything definitely has a place in the car and the camper lol. We arrived at 6.30 pm and fuelled up $1.61 per lt. Had a wonderful night with our beautiful friends although I think Brett stayed up a bit too late ...
... companies to cart the hardwood trees out to the coast to be taken to the mainland. To our surprise, at the centre of a Fraser Island there is a dense rainforest. This is even more impressive when you take into account it lies on top of nutrient-poor sand. Now a nature reserve, it was extensively logged for it's hardwoods until the 60's. The wood was used at the London docks and to line the Suez Canal, as the wood was pliable but strong, and resisted well under water. The ...
... forests of huge towering trees, all growing in sand.
Partly because of this, it has no roads, but only very rough tracks. Hence the only vehicles allowed on the island are 4 WD, and fairly tough ones at that. Hence we were advised to take a tour as we could not drive ourselves. And it was a very good choice.
Most of the driving on the island is on the "Pacific Highway", which is basically driving along the beach on the east side of the island, opening directly onto ...