Oct 2019 I visit the doctor, a very young fellow since our old family doctor has finally retired, he was bloody old, the same age as me, and I had been nagging him to consider retirement and a life other than peering into other peoples’ crevices. Anyway, back to the young doc, I suggest that my regular appointment should be stretched out a bit as we’re going away. He asks where and rather than confuse him with ‘Whorouly’ which no one seems to have heard of I replace it with Ovens Valley. The Ovens Valley is quite possibly the most … Continue reading You’re going where?
When you’re doing the long hops do you get sick of fiddling with the radio, scanning for a decent radio station with intelligent conversation? Are you done with music? Perhaps in your case the driver and navigator have entirely different … Continue reading Sick of Poor Radio Reception?
Sep 2019, Jugiong, NSW This pretty highwayside town in Southern New South Wales captured our hearts in little more than an afternoon and overnight stay. It will be hard to go past this place in future. Continue reading Snippets of Jugiong
My sincere apologies for the quality of the pic, but I couldn’t resist grabbing a quick shot of this sign. Continue reading Hopes & Dreams
The longer you’re away, the easier it is to stay away….Elle Prado Continue reading Sage Advice
Regardless of which team they barrack vote for the whingers are always complaining about the government of the day not doing enough for them. Has anybody noticed that in every town of a certain size there is an impressive Information Centre promoting regional tourism? Interesting buildings and it seems that no two are the same. Some grand some small. You will always find enough parking for caravans, clean toilets, maps and guides detailing the attractions in the area along with helpful staff to provide information about local tours, road conditions and things of interest. You can find thoughtful gifts for … Continue reading Info Centres
Sep 2019, Cania Gorge, Qld An unknown but clever artist has captured the joy of a country loo in these ones at Cania Gorge Tourist Resort. Continue reading The artistry of a good loo
Travelling is all about meeting people and sometimes other travellers are just as interesting as the locals. While on the Capricorn Coast we were entertained on many nights by Dave the bloke who gave us impromptu cooking classes on the … Continue reading Why you should use Camp Kitchens
“Stone the crows” they say and is it any wonder. The Australian Raven and Little Raven or crows to most folks are clever birds. We found this rubbish bin in a Maryborough (Qld) park which left me wondering if the crows have now figured out how to use it. Continue reading As the saying goes…
Beachcombing requires a sturdy pair of legs and an awareness of tides and that’s where the Willy Weather app comes in. With caravanning when you often find yourself in a different region every other day you need to keep a … Continue reading Willy Weather App