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The sky was alight with stars was we walked across the moonlight night. The steam was rising from the spa at a greater rate than the pool so I decided that was the go. Just after I got in I was joined by a young couple on their way home from Cairns to Canberra. He had proposed and she was wearing a new engagement ring. The water ...
... the main street. This made it an easy walking trail as we were able to drive the whole distance stopping to checkout the sites as we went. One of the surprises we found was a huge pile of beer bottles we noticed just off the trail, and after investigation they showed a mark bearing The Australian Bottle Company with dates of 1953-54-56, stamped on the bottom, well it created a lot of conjecture as to their origin. Some of the ...
... Again they're forecasting rain so it's a caravan park. Weather was nice when we arrived in Narrabri- 27, but humid. It rained most of the night, but was clear in the morning. On our way to Goondiwindi we encountered rain on and off all the way. We arrived in Goondiwindi in rain. We booked into the same caravan park we stayed at 2 years ago. It was still the same only the sites were a bit muddy from the rain. The rain cleared during the night and the next day was overcast but ...
The drive from Woodford to Tawoomba through the Great Dividing Ranges was beautiful. Amazing scenery. Farmland with rolling green hills, cattle and sheep, lots of crops and a pleasure to drive through. We spent a few days driving through country NSW. It is beautiful. August 19 and 20, we paid $10 a night and stayed at Eumundi Markets....as described in the last blog. From there we camped at Cinch Park on 21 August, about 4 km out of Woodford. There are loos ...
... lapidary collection, display on the eradication of prickly pear, 2 side-saddles for horses, an iron-lung machine in the hospital, and many,many other things. Miles hosts the National Quart Pot Boiling Championships - there was information and a photo of this also. We were there when the museum opened at 8am, and left at 11.30am having only skimmed the surface of the displays. We drove on to Condamine where we spent ...