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A very cold night left frost on the ground and a warm morning with blue skies. The lorikeets were again waiting on the verandah rail for some breakfast.
We said goodbye to Allan and Lisa and set off, out of the mountains and north eastwards. On the main road we spotted a tree with a wrecked car hanging from it, I suppose that's one way of …
Forgot to tell of my stupidity last night. Showered and got ready to go out for dinner but slipped beach flip flops on to go and get washing from machine, 10 minutes into our walk to the restaurant I looked down guess what, still had my flip flops on. No I didn't go back
Well we got into back packer mode today, took the train, then the bus to surfers paradise on the Gold Coast. Paddled along the waters edge watching the surfers and later we saw them kite surfing which does ...
... it. There had been a
construction road with an open gate and a side shoot with a “one
way” sign. Maybe that was it? Only one way to find out.
All four of us joked about just
sleeping in the car in the parking lot until the sun came up, but I
wanted to get our base camp made. That side road I mentioned (with no
sign), was indeed the camp ground road. We pulled in and did a lap of
the area until we found site #2.
... found us and
said we could go for lunch. On our walk back, she saw a 9 month-old
red kangaroo jill/female out of her pouch who had not been
microchipped. She radioed Galit and asked if she had the time for a
quick microchipping. Given an affirmative, she wrangled the roo. How
you get a roo, when they are small, is you come up behind, grab the
base of the tail, then swing them up into your arms (keeping the
kickers away from you). With larger macropods, you grab the ...
... the hallmark and proof of true companionship).
Most of the island is off-road, and you have to make use of really bumpy sand tracks to get around, so we were getting about in a huge 4x4 truck (quite similar to Augustus, the truck we were in for our Africa tour). The beach on the eastern side of the island (it’s called 75 Mile Beach, even though it’s only about 56 miles long) is considered both a public highway and an airfield by the state of Queensland, so we ...