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Have I mentioned that it's hot? Not today. Or at least at the beginning. We were told that breakfast started at 0400, so when we rose at 0345 we figured we might be early. No. There were people there before us. However, breakfast was excellent, just as dinner had been the night before. Better than any mess hall I had ever been to.
We were …
Overnight stop at Carnarvon.
... Spot found and we re-visited the HMAS Sydney II cairn. There was a wreath that had been laid to commemorate the 72nd anniversary on 19th November 2013.
Home we came where Kimbo packed up his fishing gear and off he went to bring home our dinner.
While he was gone I evicted the ants that had taken residence in our rubbish bin cupboard…..grrrr!!! Dragged out some meat for a BBQ just in case……….then sat ...
... was no food for them. We were told that Guy and Susie have sold their station, Wahroonga, and had their farewell party. At Carnarvon we went to the Space and Technology museum, recently opened by Buzz Aldrin. The nearby Carnarvon Tracking Station was built to support NASA’s space programmes. It was the last station to communicate with the space capsules leaving earth orbit – so had communicated directly with Apollo 11. The museum was run and manned by ...
... goodies, like mango ginger strips, rocky road, with macadamia nuts and fruit salad honey, cause the bees go around all the fruit trees. There are shade cloth fences to keep the dust of,the plants, it's so dry. Mango and banana smoothies were enjoyed there too! We saw grapes, ( got a kilo for $6 - not $16 as in shops ) tomatoes, chillies and,lots of fruit growing, it's the central place for fresh produce in the ...
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