Well this has been a busy Month & we actually got the van out of the shed!
We had 5 days off so Dave picked me up with the van after work on Tuesday 4th March & we drove straight to the Babinda Boulders. About 1/2 an hours drive away.
It is a free camp with showers & toilets & it has 6 or 7 sites set up for camping.
It started pouring rain about an hour after we arrived but we didn't care, we had everything we needed in the van. Felt really sorry for the people in tents though.
The next morning the rain cleared up for a while so we walked down to the Boulders to have a look, it was beautiful.
It was really beautiful & the water was crystal clear.
After that we packed up & headed up to Mossman.
We spent 1 night there catching up with friends & then headed up to Cooktown.
It was very overcast but atleast it wasn't raining. We spent 2 days there sightseeing:
|Great view from this picnic table|
The next day we drove out to Archer Point it was extremely windy.
Then we drove down the Bloomfield Track to the Bloomfield Falls. The road wasn't too bad but there were a couple of really big pot holes on 2 sections, glad the van was safe & sound in Cooktown.
|The falls were roaring!|
|We avoided this fella|
|Another Iconic Aussie Pub!|
|Big 4 Cooktown - great park had the whole place to ourselves.|
Saturday we headed down to Mareeba & spent the night at the Granit Gorge Nature Park.
It was a lovely little spot , with heaps of wallabies, a couple of horses, Turkeys & a Cockatoo
Then it was Back to Etty Bay & Work :(
We really miss travelling in the Van.
It has pretty much rained non-stop since then ( 2 Weeks) nearly time to build the Ark :)
This is what the yard looks like when we have the huge down pours - luckily its all gone 10 minutes after its stops, sandy soil & good drainage.
Well that's all for now,