Gladstone Earth and Sea
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... pretty much perfect. We put the red claw pots in, checked them daily and scored ourselves an amazing haul. Saved them all and Billy cooked up a cracker red claw stir fry in coconut curry! Mmmmmm delicious! As well as this we also had one of his super duper camp oven roasts! Quite the chef I can tell you! Tried our hand once again at fishing but obviously didn’t have the right bait! (or the ...
... there was a fabulous water play park that the kids had a blast at - they were just about the only ones there (too cold for Queenslanders I think!).
A highlight of our time here in Gladstone was an afternoon we spent at Darren's cousin Luke's place. Luke's mum (Aunty Wendy who we had caught up with a couple of weeks beforehand) was also there visiting, and it had been years and years since Daz and Luke had seen each other, so it was really great to see them ...
... May, so not much longer to go.. just have to get a decent mattress for our bed.
Will keep you all informed as much as possible along the way.
OOPS! forgot to mention... Rob will be a support artist for Graham Rodger and we will get to meet Brothers Three in Mt Isa. And hopefully Rob's CD's will be ready before we leave.
... around the existing bridge guard rails. We got
stuck at a road work site just as you come into Rockhampton the line-up was 5
km long. The cause was 2@ 8.0 m wide loads trying to negotiate the tight
temporary road through the works. The wide loads had managed to knock over all
of the 1 m high witches hats / cones throughout the site.
We entered the calliope river north camp site first.
There were already a lot of Caravans set up but there was still ...
... the park for some lunch with Heath and Amy. The Toowoomba carnival of flowers was on the following weekend so we were lucky enough to see all the pretty flower displays at the park. This year it was a sea theme and they had all sorts of things from sharks to Viking ships made out of flowers. It was lovely. We called in again just before we left to say a quick goodbye to Nanna. We enjoyed a lovely roast ham at Robert and Paula's for dinner ...