A–holes, angels and ordinary folk. Caravan related forums and social media posts have many stories about “a–hole” truck drivers while truck-related media has plenty of referrals to “a–hole’ caravanners.
There’s so much to do around Cairns. It takes two blog posts to tell you about what we did, though, we were only there for five days.
Changing Chris’s mind I love Cairns, always have. But Chris went once to Cairns for business in the 80’s. The middle of summer, no air-conditioning in the house and didn’t see anything other than the city.
A proud heritage still going. Twin Hills is the property next door. They have a proud heritage going back to 1925 when they held dances and other events on the property. One of the events is the yearly country races, rodeo, camp draft, and gymkhana set over four days.
A morning tea ritual A ritual has started with Farren (the stockman’s wife) most mornings. Morning tea on the veranda. We sit on the house veranda and discuss what’s happening on the property.
We got our caravan back…yah! If you weren’t aware, we had some issues with our beloved Aussie Wide Caravan. A storm had caused water damage to the front and side panel of the van and needed to be replaced.
Always Something Happening When working on the road, there’s always something new to do. With our days off this July, this was the case. We had work to catch up with, but we also wanted to explore. .
Heading off on an adventure Wednesday was the end of the three-week shift at Disney cattle station. The Gore Earthmoving workers worked until 10 am after which they come back to camp, showered, packed and headed off to Clermont for a “shift wrap up” counter meal at one of the pubs. A colleague of Mick […]
The routine at the Gore Remote Site Camp is established now and we’ve come to know the likes and dislikes of most of the crew. They’re not big breakfast eaters and they don’t take huge lunches, but they all have a hearty appetite by 6:30 pm dinner time. We had a great time over the […]
We’re settling into a nice routine at Disney station. We’ve met all the terrific people that own and run the farm. They’re all helpful and keen to share information about the property they are all obviously proud of. The youngest farmhand is Bailey whose just six weeks old.
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