Queensland Heritage Park

After we stayed overnight at Calliope Free Camp we headed to a very special place. You see we wanted to stop into where David’s Dad grew up. But before that we thought we would see if the information centre at Biloela to see if there was any information about his family in that area.

The lovely lady in Queensland Heritage Park had a history book on all of the families in the surrounding area of Biloela and also took David through the Museum to see if the “Wood” family was up on the wall with information and pictures.

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Calliope Free Camping

Recently we planned a trip to visit one of our magical favorite camping spots up north because Kyle has been bugging us for ages to go Gold Fossicking and looking for gems. He even kept asking if he could pack a back pack and go by himself!

I kept having to tell him that at the age of 12 he isn’t allowed to go on a camping adventure all by himself but he doesn’t care about the fact that he isn’t yet over 18. And being a red hair, being a full on adventure fun loving child I am going to have to make sure that he doesn’t disappear on us! Yeah I think I will have to hide the Back Packs so that he doesn’t get any ideas.

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THE BEST HOTEL IN ROCKHAMPTON

On the weekend David and I had to be in Rockhapmton for a conference on the Sunday called “Put Your Hand Up” – and I was keen to find The Best Hotel In Rockhampton, and I think that without a doubt I find it – it had a King Size Bed and a Bath Tub, what more could we ask for?

Its called the Denison Boutique Hotel and I found it on LastMinute Website – with breakfast part of the package deal David was sold on the idea of us staying there.

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The Swallowed Anchor

While I was down in Sydney {for my Diploma of Remedial Massage} I kept harassing my oldest son to take us down to The Swallowed Anchor for either Lunch or Dinner time, just so I could cross it off our bucket list! And also to support another cafe down in Wollongong.

And I am so glad I kept at him until he took us, he didn’t tell us we were going, it was a surprise! Considering it was my birthday while I was down there, and his Birthday, we could call it a late combined birthday celebration, but really it was just a great place to relax and to eat at!

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Redfern New South Wales

Recently I was done in New South Wales as I had to finish off my Diploma of Remedial Massage through my college. And you all know how much I love walking, so I walked the city streets, looking for Geocaches. Funny enough I walked the Streets of Redfern New South Wales the day before my birthday Surprise from David, walking near where i had to be the next day!

Redfern New South Wales

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He Works In The Caravan Industry

So, you all know how we live in a motorhome, but did you know that David works in the caravan industry as either a builder or repairer? And did you know that we have purchased many parts from the caravan industry, especially when he worked for a company down in Wollongong?

He works in the caravan industry but he doesn’t own a caravan, weird hey! Our awning arms that we have attached to our awning to make it safer in the wind was purchased from the company down south. If there is one item you must have for your awning to help it stay stronger {not saying it will keep it from snapping in extra strong winds} it’s the attachable awning arms – it really helps considering how long our awning extends.

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Missing In Action

Hey all, how are you all doing? Not sure if you are all up to date with what is going on, but I am in Sydney for at least five weeks to finish off my massage course. I have 2 lots of four days to complete my extra 70 hours.

Why so long in Sydney? Well I am trying to find a way to connect with a company for two weeks of donating my massage time in exchange for learning their skills that they teach to work with horses!!! You all know how much I love helping others, and how much I love horses so its a win/win situation.

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Free Camping At Matilda

When we were coming back from New South Wales to Queensland – can’t remember when exactly! – we couldn’t keep driving as we were so exhausted. When we pulled into the Matilda Petrol Station we seen there was a Free Camping section so we were relieved.

Its a Free Camping Spot at Matilda – unfortunately there is no toilet facility near the free camping spot, but there is some where the petrol station is! Just a bit of a walk.

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Bundaberg Show

We got to experience Bundaberg Show on Wednesday, with the sunshine out and the crowds not so busy, it was a perfect day out.

And even though I was silly and wore my black boots {with a small heel} it still was a fun filled day for my boys 🙂

We got to meet an amazing lady who travels with about 40 different animals in her 40foot bus!! Yep she travels with mini pigs, goats, sheep, chicken, ducks, guinea pigs and Alpacas. Has been travelling from Show to Show, to nursing homes and events for about 20 years. Even does a display of shearing the sheep, and sells the wool.

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Bucca Hotel

Today we went for a drive and of course to find a Geocache out at Bucca. After looking around at the great little spot under the train bridge we decided to check out Bucca Hotel and see what they had on offer for food. SO very glad David suggested stopping there, it was the most cutest Pub/Hotel I have come across in a long time!

The Great Geocache Spot –

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