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  • Half day in Montville and surroundings[center][/center] We went to one of our favorite places in the hinterlands, Montville! We started with some lunch at the Edge restaurant which has an amazing view all the way to th Posted by Mikrut in The Swedes Next Door | Jan 28, 2020
  • How it Ends: The return, some lessons, some love letters The Return We've been back in the U.S. for about a week now, settling into our new time zone, season, and reality! We're tremendously grateful to have had smooth and safe travels. We bid farewell to our apartment and neighborhood, had Posted by Bredwardz in Bredwardz Down Under | Nov 23, 2020
  • Week 42: The Hedonism Plan Am I the only one who felt like the last week was about a month long?! Didn't think so. The U.S. election was big news here. Media coverage was extensive (more than usual, I'm told) and everyone was asking me Posted by Bredwardz in Bredwardz Down Under | Nov 9, 2020
  • Newdegate Silo's & surroundsJune 2018 saw 'Brenton See' painting native Western Australian wildlife on the Silo's at Newdegate. Brenton had to conquer his fear of heights to paint the 20 Metre high murals. The murals feature a shape resembling a drop of water, which Posted by iandeborah in Triple C | Nov 3, 2020
  • Week 41: The Beginning of the End + All the small things We are now less than 3 weeks away from our return to the U.S. (we land in Chicago on November 13). I'd be lying if I said we aren't feeling a lot of trepidation due to COVID and who knows Posted by Bredwardz in Bredwardz Down Under | Oct 27, 2020
  • Zedly's Mark Well, sometimes plans hit the deck real quick, seems like most free camping spots are closed in Victoria Australia at the moment! I was all packed for a weeks adventure prospecting and sightseeing through the Victorian High Country , dang Posted by Bucketlists in Zedly's Mark, prospecting trip in Au | Oct 20, 2020
  • Week: Cult-chahTo binge on cultural experiences while we can, we recently went to the theater and an art gallery. And for months now, we've been trying to absorb Aussie culture from the confines of our living room, due to the restrictions Posted by Bredwardz in Bredwardz Down Under | Oct 19, 2020
  • Moving to a new townJuly 2020 during covid-19 I am embarking on leaving Western Australia and my hometown of 25 years this was a place where I knew but I also grew out of Western Australia is a great place if you are retired Posted by Bulebutterfly94 in Moving to a new town | Oct 10, 2020
  • Weeks 32-34: seeing the sights + in the newsThere's been great news here on the COVID front: New South Wales recorded several days this past week with *zero* cases. That bodes well for loosening inter-state border restrictions. Devoted readers may have noticed that our dear friend Joan Posted by Bredwardz in Bredwardz Down Under | Sep 30, 2020
  • Into the WheatbeltThe sun is back! and we travel just a hop, skip & jump along the way (130km) to arrive in Merredin, where we meet up with Bronwyn, Campbell & Lucas who are over here doing their shopping. Then it's Posted by Holdensam in Happy Wanderers | Sep 22, 2020
  • Perup Natures GuesthouseAfter leaving Borden travelling along the Northern side of the Stirling ranges we came across a few more free range emus, at least these ones ran in front of us but away into the bush unlike others we have seen Posted by iandeborah in Triple C | Sep 20, 2020
  • Borden overnighter (Free camping) A quick morning tea stop in Ravensthorpe. The other intrepid couple Margôt & Andrew caugh Posted by iandeborah in Triple C | Sep 17, 2020
  • Tressie's Museum & Caravan Park, Karlgarin, WAThis morning we farewelled Deborah & Ian in Hopetoun (although we did catch up with them a little later at Ravensthorpe rest area where they'd stopped for their morning cuppa) and headed northwards. Our trip took us through Lake King Posted by Holdensam in Happy Wanderers | Sep 17, 2020
  • Hopetoun - Fitzgerald National Park The day dawned much greyer than yesterday's bright sunshine, with the temperature forecast to be a bit more than half yesterday's top. Lots of blustery wind gusts greeted us when we ventured outside. The boys did the bakery run for Posted by Holdensam in Happy Wanderers | Sep 16, 2020
  • Farm Gate Art & WildflowersWe knew when we'd booked this part of the trip that it coincided with Ravensthorpe's Spring Festival and Wildflower exhibition, so this was the day to explore that. What a beautiful day it was too - 29°C, bright & sunny Posted by Holdensam in Happy Wanderers | Sep 15, 2020
  • Hopetoun here we comeWell, talk about a change of scenery. After over a week spent amongst the tall trees and lush green pastures we certainly noticed the difference as we headed east into the red dirt, then south towards the coastal plain. We Posted by Holdensam in Happy Wanderers | Sep 15, 2020
  • Last day in the PorongurupsThe gang of 3 were impelled to get in touch with their inner adventurer and tackle the Granite Skywalk which is a panoramic walkway built on top of a high granite outcrop at Castle Rock. Getting to the skywalk involves Posted by Holdensam in Happy Wanderers | Sep 15, 2020
  • Porongurup Tourist ParkRoad trip number 3 - Waiburra Creek to Porongurup via Mt Barker bakery, which meant pies for lunch plus cream buns!!! Originally we had booked 2 nights here at the caravan park, but after some discussion decided to extend to 3. Posted by Holdensam in Happy Wanderers | Sep 15, 2020
  • Restaurant Supplies in Sydney Atlantic Equipment is a well-known catering equipment supplier. We are located in Auburn, West Sydney. [[https://www.atlant Posted by Equipment in Commercial Catering Equipment | Sep 14, 2020
  • Waiburra Creek FarmstayAfter Pemberton it was a short trip back to where we started! This time with Deborah & Ian following along behind. We had a morning tea stop 50km along the way at Shannon Forest National Park. The rest area Posted by Holdensam in Happy Wanderers | Sep 12, 2020
  • First stop PembertonIn happy Holden style we couldn't have a non-eventful start to our adventure, could we. As I was packing the fridge stuff, I heard, "Margot, I need you to come and sit in the ute." Understandably, my reply was, "Why?" Posted by Holdensam in Happy Wanderers | Sep 12, 2020
  • Weeks 29-31: Ch-Ch-Ch-ChangesWith the end of August apparently came the end of "winter" in Australia, and spring is ushering in some bittersweet changes... For one thing, we had to move apartments. We were originally going back to the US in July or Posted by Bredwardz in Bredwardz Down Under | Sep 9, 2020
  • Mid-termhe report, written by the senior coroner’s officer for Cheshire, raises serious concerns about five cases that it believes could have involved double murders. In each, police ruled that the husbands had murdered their wives before taking their own lives. Posted by TLWork in Mid-term | Aug 30, 2020
  • Luxury Escapes AvoidBooked a holiday through this website pruely on the basis of thier guarantee banner which appears on the bottom of most pages which states WHY BOOK WITH US 7-day "change of mind" refund Get a Posted by Chris 44 in Luxury Escapes Avoid | Aug 13, 2020
  • Week 28: the sea, the seaThis week, the Premier of New South Wales has repeatedly said that we are "on a knife's edge" with COVID. The virus has continued to spread in Melbourne and Victoria, prompting a move to even stricter lockdown there. Here, there Posted by Bredwardz in Bredwardz Down Under | Aug 12, 2020
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