Day 94 Saturday 28/8/21 Roma, clear 2 – 27 Ah the joy of a 2nd day, we have a lazy morning and Woody cooks eggs for his breakfast. We pop into town and buy socks (you can never have enough … Continue reading Capricorn Dancers, Day 94 – A Feeling of Space
Day 93 Friday 27/8/21 Theodore to Roma, sunny 25 A chilly morning and a quick flick of the diesel heater and we’re toastie and warm when suddenly, the power goes off. Never mind, the hair gets dried in front of … Continue reading Capricorn Dancers, Day 93 – Just a flick of a switch
Day 24 Thursday, 2/6/2016, Roma This Roma Clay Target Club has to be the friendliest park, everybody is so pleasant. Tonight is a club shooting night, so while we enjoy happy hour drinks and chat on the veranda club members … Continue reading Like a Rollingstone, Day 24 – Clay Target Shooting, who’s the turkey now?
Day 23 Wednesday, 1/6/2016, Surat to Roma, light rain 18 degrees The road to Roma is flanked with golden Mitchell grass and grazing land. Roma of course is all about oil and gas and the streets are filled with Toyota … Continue reading Like a Rollingstone, Day 23 – Roma
Day 78 Friday Aug 22nd2014 Charleville to Roma It is a warm clear and vibrant morning. We’re on the Warrego Highway and heading east to Roma. The mulga slowly turns to sturdy gum trees and our convoy of two becomes … Continue reading It’s a long way to the top, Day 78 – A perfect cuppa
Roma is the home of the bottle tree. Not to be confused with the Boab and more consistent in their shape, Bottle trees live to a very old age and it is said that trees that were recorded by the … Continue reading Roma Bottle Trees
Out in Central Queensland just a few kilometres west from Roma CBD, turn left at the windmill for a bitumen road access and you’ll find the Roma Clay Target Club. This might sound like a strange place for a caravan … Continue reading Roma Clay Target Club