The Douglass family entertained us for the evening. We ate marvelous food, played ping-pong, raced cars, talked business, enjoyed a Star Wars chess game, flung marbles, taught N2K, and indulged in a delicious smorgasbord of desserts and fruit.
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Robert and April spent the first half of their trip hiking, whale watching, swimming, eating out, and vine swinging. The second half of the trip was spent scuba-diving through the Great Barrier Reef! They had a splendid stay and were able to enjoy their room on the 12th floor in our Hotel.
Jumping into the fall on Kondalilla hike was the climax of this trip. We were also surprised by the intriguing beauty of the quaint Montville.
Another exciting day with the gang. We hiked a new Trail: Conondale National Forest. The surprisingly bright green Cooloumba Creek was unique. We were stoked about climbing into the Bat Cave(Gold Mine)! Especially because we weren’t supposed to. We were almost attacked by a colony of bats.
HELL’S GATE – WILD KOALA – NOOSA BOAT RIDE Second day with the Gordon Family. Hell’s Gate in Noosa. We finally spotted a WILD KOALA! We then took a boat ride to Tewantin and explored the town. The Sunset was beautiful over the river.
This was certainly one of our favourite days in the Outback. We hiked the over 14 km around the Carnarvon Gorge. It was never treacherous, in fact it was splendid due to the flora, foliage, and fauna surrounding us. We indulged in lunch when we finally made it back to the car. Our thrilling Read more
Day 4 in the Outback. Out of Winton and on to the next town. Independence Day songs in the car; fortunately not too much recording of that. (-; Sapphire searching at Pat’s Gems was quite merry. And a lovely stay at Springsure’s Overlander Motel with the cordial owners, Greg and Maria.
Outback Day 3 consisted of much entertainment. We drove and observed; drove and observed. We then arrived at the Dinosaur Stampede and examined small, medium, and large dinosaur footprints. Next we visited the Waltzing Matilda Museum. Never will we forget the melodious Waltzing Matilda song with quite thought provoking words.. Very deep, billabong deep. Read more