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... At least he didn't wake us for midnight snacks. The chooks were funny they used to had a go at Pepe and see him off if he got too close he was quite scared of them.
Note; to anyone thinking of a holiday in Gladstone 5 weeks is FAR TOO LONG there is sod all to do there, nice little town but not exactly a tourist hub.
Moved on down via Awonga Dam and Calliope (pronounced Ka-lie-o- pay as Queenslanders are quick to point ...
... wagyu rib fillets ($130.00 for 6 steaks). The steaks
were fantastic they melted in your mouth, well worth the money. It was still
cheaper for me to buy the Wagyu steaks than go out to a restaurant. We arrived
back at Clifton at midnight.
... Park, part of the Great Divide near the border of Queensland and NSW. ...
... Brisbane to unpack and wash down the car and camper before Nick flies out again for the weekend. We take a drive out to Leslie Dam and take in the view and check out the dog friendly camp grounds for future use, but its not that close to the water. In Warwick we take a tour of the Rodeo Heritage Centre and walk the Main Street taking in all the old heritage buildings. This month in Warwick is Jumpers and Jazz in July and all the trees and ...
... 2 nights but it is so quiet here that we have decided to stay for another night. At only $21 per night with power and water its a great place to have a relax.
I have taken advantage of the excellent internet signal to do a bit of catching up on my blog and get Christmas presents ordered. Trying to pay for mums birthday present online has turned out to be a bit of an ordeal but I think that I now have it sorted :)