High "Five"


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November 26th 2013
Published: November 26th 2013
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Five years In Summary The Idea was to present our 5 years in Australia, with a Kick Ass sort of montage of our original trip and our recent trip, giving you all some of the best pictures that we have taken of this awesome country, from the amazing wildlife, to the remote outback locations that we love. Well there is sort of a problem here, I have uploaded some images (32) to be exact and it has ... Read Full Entry



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26th November 2013

High Five - back at ya
Fantastic to hear of the continuing adventure and reaching such a milestone. We think about you every day ... and that joined up trip is still on the radar. Keep exploring, keep blogging, keep inspiring :-) Much love Darryl and Sarah Howells (occasionally known as Wallaby Wanderers)
26th November 2013

One day...
"One day, we may tell you the complete unedited story of Kangaroojack" > Start writing the book now!
23rd June 2014

Book
I have started Jo, I just need to knuckle down and get on with it!
26th November 2013

One day...
"One day, we may tell you the complete unedited story of Kangaroojack" > Start writing the book now!
27th November 2013

The Book-No way
Hi Jo, Great to here from you, five years I can not believe it, we have done so much I feel I have lived 10 lives in this short space, wow is called that I can say. The thought of a book wouldn't do it for me, but a film would be great. Speak soon. Andy
27th November 2013

Kangaroojacks Film
Hi Jo, Caroline did our first KJ film in 2011 it was 320 photo's to two pieces of music and we put it on U tube, Is there any way we can put it directly on Mytb. Andy
26th November 2013
Kuranda Railway

Great photos, great adventures, great attitudes!
Very nice recap of your years of adventure! I so admire how you were able to broaden your possibilities, after being city slickers, to enter the wilds and appreciate the beauty of solitude and nature. I look forward to the next installments. Cheers!
27th November 2013
Kuranda Railway

Your Comments
Hi Tara, Thanks for your comments on Kangaroojack's blog, we are proud of what we have done, but with a back drop of Australia to play with it has been quite easy. We have a film, that Caroline did, 320 digital images to music which is outstanding and I will find the address for you tube and send it over to you if you would like. It is the solitude we love, there is something just about the piece and quite we love. Stay well and travel safe Kangaroojack
26th November 2013

Fabulous
Great to hear from you guys and hope you keep us up to date in the furture with your adventures. What a great way to spend you lives, well jealous! Well done for having the guts to get off the hampster wheel of life and do what you want to do. Gill xx
27th November 2013

Hi Honey I'm home
Not really, Hi Gill, Great to hear from you, I hope you guys are all doing well, I just loved the Photo's of Matt in his Navy uniform, I bet it made you all very proud. How is Dan, hopefully following his dream, what ever that may be. Wow that Hamster wheel, its frightening when we think about it just what we took on, if I knew then what I know now, may be we would have chickened out. We have been amazingly lucky to travel so much and live like Gypsy's, We want you and him to come over, Australia would really suit you two, you would love it. Its officially the fist day of summer on the 1st December, its been about 38 degree's recently which is pretty warm. Writing this tugs on my heart strings, or was it the elastic snapping in my jocks, we have so many fond memories of you guys. Love to you all. Andy
27th November 2013
Stary Stary Night

Wow
Fantastic! You've got some great photos of your wonderful experiences.
27th November 2013
Stary Stary Night

Thanks for your comment
Hi Dave and Merry-jo, Hope you are both well, that picture was of the M42 Nebula, taken with Carolines Canon 400D on the setting "Bulb" I believe interfaced with a huge Meade Telescope in Coonabarrabran NSW. One thing I leaned that night was the human eye can not see colour at night, but a camera can, hence the very colourful gas cloud. We have probably taken around 70,000 digital frames and I wanted to put up some of what I consider represents Australia for us, I didn't appreciate what a big job it was going to be. Stay well and travel safe. Kangaroojack
28th November 2013

Having read every one of your blogs, it is nevertheless great to peruse the summary and photos of your 5 years. Mind boggling what you have achieved in that time. Inspirational to others to 'go out and explore your country'. We still look forward to hearing more of your life experiences. You could live off the royalties of a book though!!! All the best. Love Keith & Jan
29th November 2013

Wow!
Time flies. You are so lucky to be on such an adventure. When playing Words with Friends Caroline, I tend to forget you might be sitting in the bush, with all of nature tweeting & grunting, bouncing around you. There I am tucked up in my cosey bed not looking forward to work the next day! Wishing you a safe and happy Christmas and New Year down under. xx

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