Country Pathfinder Motor Inn
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We leave our lovely site here at the Gun Club in Roma, after a goodbye chat with our caravan neighbors. We head out along the Warrego Highway, A2, and with it being very windy and the wind being head on, it is making the the liters per 100 Kilometres of fuel, very high today. We stop at Wallumbilla for fuel and then the small town of Miles for our coffee break. The country side today is very flat and with lots of wheat fields being ploughed there is a heavy dust haze ...
... pubs after their shift and then be unfit for work the next day. We discovered after we had set up that the local showground provides camping and we would recommend that to anyone who ventures that way.
We were camped next door to the local bowlies so we had a couple of drinks there and fraternised with the locals -- always worthwhile. We also found out from the visitors centre that there was an old homestead in the area so we drove out to look. We found a most noble ...
... was busy all the way to Toowoomba but as usual the traffic halved by the time we drove out of that town.
Tonight we have made camp, or glamp, at Bowenville Reserve. This is a beautiful Free Camp about an hour west of Toowoomba set in parkland on the banks of a lazy creek framed by gumtrees and bush. The place is spacious, and being a ...
... and eight months, it was always going to be a struggle to return to normal life and our same jobs in Brisbane. But this would only be for four months as Shaun’s work would force us to relocate. And what a better place to relocate, then somewhere that would be a bit of a culture shock in our own country.
Moving from Brisbane, (the third largest city in Australia), to Katherine (a town of around twelve thousand people) in the ...
... all the trees in the way. There were several points along the trail, but I just stopped half way at the Dogwood Cemetery and back. It was a really old cemetery, and it's been flooded several times over the years so some of the tombstones actually got washed away. Got back to town, saw that there was a Foodworks, went in and did my grocery, and found that IGA in the middle of town was actually cheaper.
I was super hungry when I ...