Rocky Resort Motor Inn
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... for breaking the monotonous drive, that and the Highway Trivia signs, well sign... It was a good idea, but then then the second trivia sign just read - "Now make up your own", which was kind of lame.
We arrived at Rockhampton and were welcomed by signs of "lock up you valuables, Lock up your children, lock up your wife". Well the last two are poetic license (but aren't far from the truth). Zoe and Luke were welcomed to the playground by a four ...
Up early did some washing, had breaky then off we went down town to have a look around found a Bullzeye shop (wow), found plenty of things in there. Then we went out to Rocky Show that was really good ( typical country show ) spent about three and a half hours there looking around, plenty to see. On our way home we did a bit if shopping as we are leaving in the morning. Home to pack a bit up and sit and have a ...
... and how things had changed. Viv is retiring this year and he & Lila were interested in hearing our tips on caravanning and traveling.
Sleep came easy with several beers & wines for Lo under our tails. a bit more than we usually have.... lol but with was a great night.
On Wednesday morning, Viv help me fix the radio in the van.
We left just before lunch on Wednesday.
... unruly tramps I wore on my face my best Lewisham F*^k Off and looked dead ahead. I saw nothing and no-one as I wandered down Fig Tree Creek accept for 1000s of roosting bats. Bats. Beds? Oh right!
I'd arrived in Yeppoon the day before Australia Day (Osh-tray-yah Day) and was planning on going over to Great Keppell Island from here to camp among the reefs. Australia Day promised fun and a 12 hour beach party with music and even an icecream eating competition, but as ...
We woke once again at stupid-o'clock but had a group cuddle in bed. Managed to find a cafe open for early morning breakfasts which was a lot harder than it would be in Townsville. The fitness fanatics keep that place ticking. Made very good time on the road to Rockie but stopped at Marlborough truck stop en route. Henry was startled by a big, mean, mad cockatoo called George who had the cheek to screech at him. A few tears later we settled on ...