So after a drive around Dirranbandi, we headed toward St George where we were aiming to stop for a late lunch by the Balonne River. I have a friend who has never been to St George and asked if I would take photographs for him, which of course, I did. The road to St George from Dirranbandi is all sealed and is a very easy road to travel on. The road was… Read More
Let me tell you a story. I was born in Dirranbandi, in 1964, on Cubbie Station (before it was, well, you know, Cubbie Station) to parents who were born and bred on the land. What they didn’t know about horses was not worth knowing. My dad’s name is Bill and he is 86yrs old this year (on Christmas Day). He has had somewhat of a hard knock life but as a true… Read More
There are two schools of thought regarding how much to plan an upcoming trip of any magnitude. One school says ‘plan to the nth degree so that virtually nothing is left to chance’. Now, usually in my everyday life, I am in that camp. I plan my day in 15min blocks and am never, ever late. Rules govern my life and I am called ‘Sheldon’ at home by Damian. I have an… Read More
Well, we are planning our first trip for this December. We are hoping our Aussie Swag trailer will be ready but chances are it won’t be so we will probably be camping. Damian is planning on having a canopy built for the ute as well as having a drawer system built and some other small things which need to be done. We have a friend in one of the Aboriginal Communities in… Read More
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