Saturday, 18 June 2016

Time is a traveller!

I'm hoping that over the next several months I'm able to do a post now and then plus visit your blogs.
There will be a photo or two.
A few clues.
Be safe everyone.


“I love a sunburnt country,
 A land of sweeping plains,
   Of ragged mountain ranges,
       Of droughts and flooding rains.
I love her far horizons,
I love her jewel-sea,
Her beauty and her terror –
The wide brown land for me!”
― Dorothea Mackellar,


Rockhampton Sunset, Queensland.


Atherton Tablelands, Queensland.


 Cairns, Queensland.




Cape Tribulation Road.


From Tasmania the island to above Cairns in Queensland.
A long way!

46 comments:

  1. Looks as if you are off on another Australian adventure Margaret - I suspect you will be heading in a different direction this time - have a great trip.

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  2. Beautiful. I have been taking a few long walks here in Montreal, as we have been having some really nice, but not humid, days and I am very much enjoying it.

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    1. Good to read you are making the best of your nice weather.

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  3. Have fun. Stay safe. Will look forward to more wonderful pictures

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  4. On the road again.
    Have a wonderful, wonderful time.

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  5. You should see some sunshine in Cairns, although it is not evident in your photos. I remember day after day of 27 degrees, midwinter.

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    1. That's what we are hoping for Andrew - sun and no rain!!

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  6. Great place to spend the winter months.
    Merle.........

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    1. Sure is Merle for those of us that like the winter sun in the tropics.

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  7. Have fun as I suspect you will in sunny FNQ.
    Long way - from Lauceston, across Bass Strait and then up to Cairns
    and beyond.
    I think like from Key Biscayne ( Florida) to above Montreal (Canada) or
    from Naples (Italy) to way up above Moscow (Russia).
    I don't envy Shanks one iota!
    I trust you will do the Newell routing in NSW and not that boring Pacific Highway???
    Cheers
    Colin

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    1. Yes up the Hume, then Newell now on the Bruce Highway towards Cairns..
      Shanks is doing well - he sleeps well at night :)

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  8. That sure is a long way. It sure is a huge country. We drove for miles through uninhabited land.You are going to have a great time I'm sure.

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    1. I was following your travels till we left home - hopefully we might get to see you on the way back down from Cairns..

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  9. Margaret travel safely. Greetings for you and your husband from Poland. Hope you upload great photos

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    1. Thanks Gosia - will do some photos whilst travelling but more of those when we get back home..

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  10. You're off again? How wonderful. Have a great journey!

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  11. Good series of images, especially the of the sunset.

    Kisses

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  12. Yes, that is a very long way. I am looking forward to following you on your trip again. Have a wonderful time... and take lots of photos for us along the way.

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    1. Have taken a few photos but not a lot as yet..but will!!

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  13. Milestones are long in Australia, as I can see in your map (andI have heard and read) I hope a nice and rewarding journey, (but don't tire yourself) and lots of photos.
    These photos are wonderful, so different views of each other.
    Hugs

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    1. Very long distances Orvokki - hopefully lots of photos to show.

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  14. hope you will bring many more amazing photos and knowledge for your friends dear have safe journey god bless you each step

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    1. Thanks and yes, a long way and not too far off Cairns at the moment.

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  16. Safe and happy travels - look forward to seeing and hearing more!

    All the best Jan

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  17. thank you for these beautiful photos, I appreciate this trip!

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  18. Such breathtaking photos...wow...

    I hope that you have a wonderful time!!

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  19. Make sure you don't go swimming when you're at Cape Trib...and more particularly...don't go at night!!

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  20. You must have itchy feet - always on the move!

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