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... with the kids, also go and watch them play soccer at the weekend. We also got to celebrate Sunny's 8th birthday with him and have Mothers Day with them as well.
After completing the work it was time to farewell most of the team except for Tom & Gaye and Chris & Sue who would be continuing on with us for the Mareeba, Mossman, Cooktown job.
... as I had not backed them up since leaving home. It took until mid May to get the computer back, then all my program's ad to be re-downloaded (this took some time), then it was keeping up with work and doing the DVD's for each job. SO HERE GOES WITH CATCHING ...
... Botanic Gardens where they have a free zoo in the centre with about twenty different animals in it. There is also a big lake there with lots of small turtles that came to eat bread a family was throwing in for the birds, fascinating. It was very tropical with mosquitoes the size of helicopters wanting a taste of our blood.
Mt Archer was our next stop with spectacular views of the area by now we were starving so we went to Hungry Jacks before we drove back to Yeppoon.
... for a few days. Traffic in Sydney is a nightmare. We managed to catch up with friends, thank you all for your great company. We are now heading back up the North coast of NSW to continue our journey.
So until my next blog I hope this finds you all well & happy as we both are.
Lots of love
Tom, Dian, Caravan (Andiamo) & Kayak
PS. I hope kayak can get a work out on our next trip as it is very dusty.
... of visitors with cookies which helped. Just to be safe, I made the long drive to Roma with Nathan and took a visit to the hospital, only to find out what was expected...that I'd punctured the muscle in the ball of my foot and there wasn't much more we could do, I couldn't walk on the thing though! It was rather a disconcerting thought however, that I was three hours away from the nearest accident and emergency. Thank goodness for the 'Flying Doctor'. Unfortunately I ...