“How do you go with the road trains?” It’s a common question I get asked. While most of the Big […]
Archive for ‘Australia 2017’
Cycle touring around Australia – self supported and as much as possible off road and back roads
What do we value? An alternative to the mantra of “Jobs & Growth”.
Between Dampier and Karratha on the Pilbara Coast of Western Australia is the Burrup Peninsula, part of the newly […]
The Wonderous Tale of the Traveling HESTA Cooler Bag
When cycle touring, it’s essential that every piece of kit you carry has a purpose and pulls its weight. Experience […]
Project Management: Or how do you make dreams come true?
Cycling has always been part of the Australian Story. On the 5th of June 1899 Arthur Richardson set off from […]
“When the well’s dry, we know the worth of water”: Benjamin Franklin There are many types of water and various […]
The Kindness of Strangers
Cycling through a Fred Williams inspired landscape, the blue-grey strip of highway slices through the clotted cream coloured singing grasses. […]
Forty Shades of Green
Apparently there are over 600 different types of grass identified in Queensland along with 8500 species of flowering plants, while […]
Ahead of the massive trucks hauling huge trailers stacked with enormous mining machinery, are pilot utilities with flashing lights atop […]
Life in the Slow Lane.
In the early days of rail travel it was thought that the human body couldn’t withstand speeds in excess of […]
Do You Want Fries With That?
The young cattle were restless, murmurs of discontent were increasing. I could hear stilted whispering voices from the rear of […]