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... moved onto the Wombat. He was called Harry and didn't really want to come out of his hole. Apparently they have a solid plate of bone for an ass. This is so that when a Dingo chases them they can go in a log and block it with their bum. There's no nerve endings in it either so they can't feel them scratching. They the lower their bum so the dingo can try and get in, then quickly stick it back up and crush the dingo's head.. We moved on to the Crocodiles, they weren't to ...
... Glossy Ibis and Yellow Honeyeaters.
We refuelled before leaving town but
after going only 130k's to Townsville we went through another ¾ tank
due to driving into a strong headwind. We stopped at Home Hill for
lunch, which the town has set itself up for people to stop in their
vans overnight for free. There is a park with Toilets and BBQ's ...
... 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 ...
... moans of pleasure during the eating
process. I also dropped my Mountain bicycle off at “Cycle de vie” to get repaired / serviced after the Hughenden ride. We also called into Paul & Shelly’s business PAL Steel Stud Welding
to have a look at the new million dollar factory, very nice. We had an afternoon catch up and drinks with Melinda & Tom Gibson out at their property at Rupertswood.
... for us. They have a 2.5k waterfront that was being enjoyed by the townsfolk and tourists alike. We also drove up Castle Hill, 1,000 feet above sea level to enjoy the views. It was very steep and we were amazed how many people walked it. Apparently it is a common past time here. So we did eventually find the people! We are staying in an 1890 B&B, quite charming with very nice ...