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21st May 2010

GRR
Have really enjoyed your blog. Very nice to see a list of best items for the trip and the cost summary, etc. You didn't see any snakes!! We did a 19,000km trip, mostly coastal, and saw no whales. Wrong season, I guess.
From Blog: Trip awards !!
18th May 2010

kimberley holiday
Great pictures, great holiday. Hope you enjoy the luxury of a hotel in Perth! If the ash cloud allows! will pick you up at Glasgow Airport on Saturday 12.15. Looking forward to seeing you again.
From Blog: Day 18 : Broome
15th May 2010

great trip - looks fantastic - esp. Windyana Gorge and the fossils.
15th May 2010

Rare sights
Tunnel creek looks awesome. You guys really are seeing/experiencing lot on this trip! I think that's the first photographic recording of the rare Scottish Ninja!
15th May 2010

Tracker!
Nice tracking work Anne to find Barnett River Gorge and great sunset photo's.
14th May 2010

Rewards
Well done on the 4 wheel driving Grant. Good to see you finished off the evening's celebrations with a well earned port. Can't wait to see the full set of photo's!
14th May 2010
Mertens water monitor lizard

Goanna
Love your blogs. What an amazing part of Oz. Never been myself (but plan to one day). You've labelled this critter a Merten's water Monitor. Isn't it a Sandy? (Sand Goanna).
10th May 2010

kimberley holiday
sounds really good, great photos - hope you enjoy the Gibbs Road section - look forward to your next blog when you get within blogging range again!
From Blog: Kununurra
8th May 2010

Loonies?
In bed early and up at the crack of dawn, that's not just for loonies, it happens if you have kids too! Why didn't they let Grant fly the helicopter? Come on, you have heaps of helicopter hours up in a variety of makes ;-)
8th May 2010

Wow!
Sounds like you guys are having a great trip! Awesome photo's and blog - keep it up. I noticed you had lasagne for your first bought meal in a week! We went La Zuca on Friday but didn't have Roger's lasagne this time (shock horror). I see Grant fed the fish but didn't seem to want to feed the crocodile :-) Have an emu larger for me, stay safe and have fun.
From Blog: Kununurra
7th May 2010

kimberley holiday
interesting blog both this and the previous Bungle Bungle blog. Sounds like you're really enjoying it and getting into camper mode! Got over long stint of exit poll yesterday, handed over to someone at around 3pm. No conclusive result to Election - I went to bed early tired after 5am. start and was glad I didn't stay up as today it looks a bit like hung parliament territory and no definite winner. Weather here very cold, windy, chilly. I worked yesterday in a t-shirt, cashmere sweater and warm woollen coat and scarf and just about warm enough!! It'll be warmer by the time you get here!!
6th May 2010

Sounds like an adventure!
It sounds like you are having a fabulous time Anne and Grant! It is great to read what you are doing and your photos are really good Anne :-) The nicest thing it that you seem to have most of it to yourselves. Enjoy the rest of the trip xx
4th May 2010

kimberley holiday
Interesting blog and pictures. Reading it and seeing the sign post to next services really drives home the fact you're miles from anywhere of any size! Into the real outback. Comical story about the travelling cat. I particularly liked the fact they had got it its own seat so it could see out!!! You'll be doing that for Murphy next!! And its own toilet!
2nd May 2010

kimberley holiday
good photos - great start - promises to be a good holiday!
2nd May 2010

kimberley holiday
Thinking of you as you travel towards the Bungle Bungles- the first few days seem to be mostly driving. Look forward to hearing of your progress.

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