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12th November 2020

Back roads
Thank you for taking us along on these back roads. I enjoyed your explorations and your photos are marvelous.
12th November 2020

Byron is Beachy
We enjoyed our time in Byron Bay but we are beach people. We enjoyed watching the surfers. We would have enjoyed the indigenous tour. I hope they make a success of it. We follow the rules and can be annoyed when others don't. I do hope those selfish people didn't do any damage to the frogs. Keep traveling.
From Blog: Sun of a Beach
10th November 2020

Saved!
I don't remember ever having been in that part of Oz but Lennox Head and Evans Head are both familiar names from my childhood. Not sure why but I think Mum and Dad may have lived there at some time - perhaps during the war years when he was in the Air Force. In any event, your writing makes it an easy and interesting read but I'm not inspired to visit anytime soon. Seems it might be a bit bland if your not into surfing.
From Blog: Sun of a Beach
10th November 2020

I don't mean to be harsh
The places look quite nice, if you are into beaches. It's just I'm not.
From Blog: Sun of a Beach
3rd October 2020

Finale
Thank you for taking us along.
3rd October 2020

Thanks for coming along
I had a great time, so I'm glad to hear you enjoyed it too.
3rd October 2020
Sunset over Wilpena Pound

Sunset
You are on a marvelous trip and we are enjoying following along.
30th September 2020

Back country Australia
You have found many wonderful places to hike and enjoy. Thanks for sharing.
30th September 2020
Echo Camp Backtrack

Solitude
A lonely back road full of beauty and excitement.
21st September 2020

Understanding
Spectacular and fascinating. Looking forward to my much lesser experiences next year but I reckon I also have a greater understanding of the thinking behind the Brisbane Line when you see such inhospitable country.
19th September 2020
Old Old Ghan Line

Old Old Ghan Line
What a great image. Hard to think this is an old railway line with the sleepers near buried. Is that the Dingo Fence?
19th September 2020
Old Old Ghan Line

Unfortunately not
It's just a property fence... Would be an awesome 2 for 1 if it was!
18th September 2020

All the dusty parts
Truly off the beaten path. I can understand why they had trouble deciding what to do about their car trouble. Now you need to start packing a pen and a swimsuit. We took the train from Sydney to Perth. We'd like to come back and do Darwin to Adelaide. Very cool looking at the old tracks. MJ
18th September 2020

I know!
I actually did have a pen, but I just thought his was more accessible. I was kicking myself about the swimming trunks. Would have been easy to include them!
18th September 2020
Blanche Cup Mound Spring

Lovely photo
The green really contrast the backdrop.
18th September 2020

Northern Territory
We loved our time in Australia so much and the desolate beauty is difficult to describe. Lots of great hiking and wandering. I think you should stick a pen in your car so you don't grief from police. We are really enjoying your trip. MJ
18th September 2020
Cave in the northern side of Uluru

Nice curl
We have an amazing world.
18th September 2020
Southern side of Uluru

Really nice photo
We loved our time at Uluru. The peace and serenity.
17th September 2020

Very impressive and some great photography - bit hard to understand how they got the name 'painted desert' - very innovative - NOT!!!
17th September 2020

Thanks
Australian place names are a bit like that at times. Another good reason to revert to indigenous names.
13th September 2020
Southern side of Uluru

Southern side of Uluru
When we walked around Uluru years ago I was struck by the way the shape of the rock changed as we walked around it. Staggered really as the iconic view in photos is only from a viewing site by the road as one approaches. An absolute must to walk around the rock, David, and I note from your blog the walk is a warm 10 kms!!! Gives an idea how large the rock actually is.
16th September 2020
Southern side of Uluru

Spot on!
It's one of those things that can really only be appreciated by walking. Definitely worth the effort.

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