Therese finished work today- Yippee 12 months leave! So now we are excited, packed and ready to go. I have […]
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Born to ride- We all have to start somewhere!
I learned to ride a bike in 1967. My older brother’s Malvern Star, running a Sturmey-Archer 3-speed bicycle gear hub […]
Wet in Tasmania
It rained a tidy skyful during the night, the rain carried on a fierce wind, while I remained snug and […]
Cold in Kempton
Clear skies resulted in a cold night. I was warm in my coffin like tent but I took a while […]
I love cycling too!
Rising early in Ross, I was greeted with chilly overcast conditions. The wind had swung around to the southwest. After breaking […]
Take the path less traveled
Darren the sheep farmer I met in Cressy gave me directions to Ross via the Hummocky Hills: “Its gravel some […]
Cooktown and the Atherton Tablelands
We camped on the Daintree River and took in those sweet smelling glorious rainforest surrounds. The bitumen ends here, there […]
Bowen to Ayr 115 kilometres
Camping in the Bowen Caravan Park last night, the tropical green stinging ants took a particular liking to Therese. The […]
Mackay to Proserpine 125 kilometres.
As the author Somerset Maugham said “It was that time of the day when the fishermen who know the fish […]
Port Wakefield to Adelaide 100 kms
Port Wakefield to Adelaide 100 kms Perth to Adelaide via the South West Coast 2,800 kms Melbourne to MacKay 2,400 […]