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... caravan door problems (that'll be interesting to see how it's fixed .. maybe it's a replacement ?)
No calculation is available on $$ spent .. best not to say how much is deducted from the kids inheritance.
thanks for coming along with us .. thanks to our Guardian Angels ...
... be settling down. When in fact what I've always wanted to do is see the world. A year ago I'd almost resigned myself to the fact I'd never get to travel the way I'd always wanted. Fast forward 12 months and here I am on the other side of the world. Instead of having a house, a job, someone to come home to I now have the complete opposite! All the possessions I need right now fit into a bag on my back, my bed changes every few days and instead of having the same person by my ...
... hostel I spent the rest of the afternoon swinging in the hammock overlooking the sea and listening to music. Very relaxing as you can imagine...if only it was warm enough in England, I'd have one in my garden (before you say anything dad I know I would actually have to get a job, save up and pay for a house before I could even think about buying a hammock for it!) Just as I was about to nod off in my hammock I was woken up by a familiar face. Some of the guys from my Fraser tour had ...
... an old replica pirate ship that was on exhibition. The kids had a ball walking through it. On Sunday Freckle farm was hosting a farm tour and had just under 100 people attend. It was good fun and it was nice to help out and feel part of the crew. I helped take registrations and was the photographer for the day again. Keiran was the parking organiser and the kids ...
... not what I had hoped for. It is a sprawling, flat, industrial/services based town. It is the largest city in tropical Queensland with about 200 000 residents. Townsville is not a pretty place.....until you check it out from Castle Hill! Castle Hill is a heritage listed 286m high pink granite monolith (apparently is just short of being called a mountain). You can either walk (or run) up the road or hike up the 'goat track' ...