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... won’t service here! There is no mobile phone service for 300 km either side of us. THIS IS REMOTE!
So up the track we go. Over the broken part ok, the sand on the other hand, stuck, getting buried, learnt from the Jardine, don’t dig yourself in. Reverse back down and start again on a different line, but the van tracks in its previous tracks, give it another go, three times it took and the brute of a Prado did it, 2500kg of van through the sand, steep incline ...
... balloons and throwing them at each other in the back yard. All the kids, big and small, loved it! As we were heading camping the following weekend Kye started to get things ready. The lads spent some time on this and some other jobs around the house. Jai came home from school sick on the Monday so he must of had a touch of what his Mum had. Asha managed to hold off till later in the week. I have ...
... we go for a walk around 7.30. By the time we returned from walking and chatting with a couple from Winnaleah, it was quite hot. This meant packing up in the heat. Eventually we set off for Kununurra. We’d decided to stay there for 5 days and explore the region without staying at Wyndham and Lake Argyle. We stopped at Warmun for our morning tea – cool drinks and cake / dry fruit these days. Our water intake each day is significant too. The Eastern Kimberley scenery ...
... to leave at 7.30pm. It was reallt sad saying goodbye to everyone, they've been more than friends, more like family! Especially Tiff, I bloody love that girl and know we'll see each other again. Until next time jungle, farewell! We were finally on our way to Cairns....! First stop Katherine! Paul drove for four hours before finding a free campsite just after Edith Falls where we set up for the night and got our heads ...
... pat the dough out to about a 2.5cm thickness. Using a scone cutter or glass, cut the dough into shapes and place close together on a lightly greased oven tray. Brush the tops with some milk and bake in the preheated oven for 10-15 minutes, or until golden brown and cooked.
Low Fat Fruit Cake - Mix 1kg of mixed dry fruit with either 2 cups of black tea, coffee or fruit juice and refrigerate overnight. (I used black tea). Preheat ...