This website documents our travels around the world and Australia.

The website is for our family & friends, but if you’ve stumbled upon our website, you may already be, or be thinking about, doing this.

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Our New Rig & Tug
It's been a while since I've made a post! A lot has changed, we have upgraded both our caravan and our tow rig ...
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Mt Gambier (June 2011)
We visited Mt Gambier for a winter short escape in June 2011. Photo Album ...
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River Murray at Loxton in Flood
These are photos that we took at Loxton. The river levels are rising, so much so that we could not drive down to Hebel's Bend. The caravan park has relocated all the on-site cabins to higher ground as well as relocating their office. It is anticipated that the river will rise and fall at least three times over the next six months as water flows into the Murray from its huge catchment area. Photo Album ...
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The Murray Flooding
Having bought a new Pentax Digital SLR last week, what better to do than use it. The Murray River is flooding for the first time since 1992. Usually we receive between 3,000 - 6,000 megalitres flow per day. Currently flows are around 65,000 megalitres with a peak flow of 90,000 megalitres predictaed for the middle of January 2011. These are the photos that we took at the following locations:
  • Berri Marina
  • Martin's Bend
  • Lyrup Hill
  • Lock 5
  • Headings Cliff
  • Tortise Crossing
  • Bookpurnong Road
  • Lock 4
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Renmark Ballooning
Over the June long weekend there is a hot air ballooning festival conducted in Renmark. Photo Album ...
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Everlasting in the News
In late August I placed a series of nine geocaches along the Old Mail Route between Paringa (in SA) and Lake Cullulleraine (in Vic). The cache description states the caches are dry weather only caches. Unfortunately, there have been a number of instances already where geocachers have become stuck whilst completing the series. Everlasting became stuck at the following co-ordinates - S 34 06.708 E 141 15.411 ...
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Front Yard Makeover
Thanks to lots of hard work, we now have a new front yard. Last week we had a bobcat come in and scrap away the old yard. Crusher dust was brought in to make the new drive round driveway. Topsoil was brought in for the new garden beds. Native plants were purchased and an irrigation dripper system fitted. Ten (10) solar lights were fitted along the line separating the drive round driveway and the garden area. Photo Album ...
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