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28 August 2010

High jumping with hats

High jumping with hats

Posted by Nutloaf

How funny are men who high jump with hats. At least as funny as the height of their pretty high pole is high. That's for sure.

Camping Coffee Percolator

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Posted by Nutloaf

Wahooooooooooooooo!

Oh boy oh boy oh boy oh boy.

26 August 2010

Karumba Point

Karumba Point

Posted by Nutloaf

Here we are then. We are the red target. To help with bombing us I
suppose... If that were ever needed.

20 August 2010

Keep green frog out

Keep green frog out

Posted by Nutloaf

GPS Route

We've finally got our SPOT working. It's a GPS emergency beacon and messenger gadget.

If you want to watch our progress on our Cairns to Alice Springs bike adventure, you can look at the GPS tracking page. Or at least the last 7 days of it.

If you want to subscribe to email updates from the SPOT, you can even do that. It gives you a nice little map of where we are.

18 August 2010

65km in 35 degrees

65km in 35 degrees

Posted by Nutloaf

17 August 2010

Undara

Undara

Posted by Nutloaf

Even out in the desert the iPhone still works totally winner.

13 August 2010

Malanda Memorial Park

Malanda Memorial Park

Posted by Nutloaf

11 August 2010

Granite Gorge

Alice and I are on the road. We've been riding a few days. Or riding two and pushing one - we spent most of yesterday pushing our bikes up a muddy hill.

We took a bit of a detour to Granite Gorge. It's pretty much the nicest place ever. Big rocks. Lots of nice water. The smallest (meaning best) rock wallabies I have ever seen. Friendly caretakes with budgies and galahs sitting on their shoulders.

We were meant to get to Atherton today (another 50km south), but we decided to stay here. At this rate we will get to Alice Springs about Christmas. Or by the time Emily's baby starts school at the very outside.

Granite Gorge

Mareeba Coffee

Mareeba Coffee

Posted by Nutloaf

3 August 2010

Brisbane to Cairns

Renting cars sure is a slow sort of thing. I could have ridden half way to Cairns in the time I've been waiting in this office. Or if not half way, then at least 0.05% of the way. However, far I would have ridden, it really has been a long time. 2.5 hours so far. They are filling our mega-camper with fuel and toilet chemicals or something.

I'm not actually convinced that any one actually drives mega-vans away from this site. I haven't seen any leave. Just a large bunch of people sitting around on steps. But we'll see.

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