Rockhampton Plaza Hotel
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... for thunder eggs ( eggs that were formed 120 million years ago from lava encapsulated during an eruption ) and can be found by breaking open rocks . Leigh was in her element and I helped with some of the grunt work. We found many eggs and kept about a dozen and had them cut in half at the site. Really amazing formations and added a bit weight to Monte :). Had a great night there , just us in the caravan park and really quiet so had a great ...
... away at the moment and as we came down the Street we were not sure which property it was but the neighbours who were outside waved us into the correct place. After lunch drove back to Stockland Shopping Centre to look for a second battery for Carols camera but could not find one in stock so will wait until we get home. I noticed this morning that our diesel ...
... of our photos do the area justice. What else did we do? Drove down to the dam for an afternoon and met a herd? pile? flock? of kangaroos who live on the adjoining oval. Superduper!
Cania Gorge was also great for meeting people and also marked the first time we’ve come across another Sunliner Pinto. Talking to Len and Isla we worked out that Le Van and their chariot may have met on the production line. BTW, the days were beautifully warm but the mornings? ...
... course. Men the same minus the flowers. Even the kids dressed the same minus the spurs for the toddlers. Just in case you forgot the required dress code, there were stalls selling everything you needed (as long as it was denim, floral or leather). Next back into town to Mt Archer lookout. Great views through the trees and quite a bit colder than town. Tonight we dine with Norm again before a long day's drive to Airlie Beach tomorrow for 4 ...
... we could not pronounce, could not believe how happy we all looked sitting around the camp fire just enjoying the night. Kev mentioned that perhaps alcohol had something to do with the atmosphere!
We settled in for the night after a hurried microwave dinner, had to find some long sleeves and socks, and the heater was on all night. It was just absolutely freezing here. Despite the heater, we nearly froze! Off to warmer parts tomorrow.