White Lace Motor Inn
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... was a free
camp as once we stopped and Michelle made us lunch 3 caravans turned
up for the night.
After a short walk down to the dry
river we headed for Mackay arriving around 4 in the afternoon. We set
up the van and then met “Bas” (Chris and Shells dog) as well as
pringle. Chris and Shell took us for a walk down to the duck ponds
and then made us a delicious BBQ dinner. ...
... Petra was scared of crossing the wooden bridges (she could see between the slats) and Krystal was worried we would get lost. But we saw different types of leaves, Krystal saw vines that looked like snakes and she loved looking at the ...
... cool. Dad has been helping Rob build a compost toilet block also for their farm tours. Rob wanted to make it all out of steel so it's been a bit slow going. Mums been helping Deb out with her daily chores of milking the cow, bringing in the horses and feeding them, putting up electric fences etc. Mum and dad have both learnt how to drive little Polaris vehicles which are pretty cool. I have loved collecting the eggs at 1:30pm everyday ...
... by Day 3 where Jessica, Jeremy and Jacob will fly in to join him and we then join our travel buddies the K-Pak's at Lake Placid Caravan Park on the outskirts of Cairns for the fun and excitement of our Cape York trip and a further 18 days of travel.
Andrew has made it safely on his own to Mackay on the first leg of the ...
... that one. Further up the walk there were signs on some trees and vines, explains what the aboriginals would use them for. Some for food some for toothache others for colds. The trail took us deep into a rainforest some of the trees so so big. And very old and wise, guess if they could talk they could tell us many a tale. Got a shot of some beautiful looking fungi growing of some of the trees. Time to head back down, really enjoyed that walk ...