Monday, 26 June 2017

It's Today!

Time has come to travel for just over 3 months once again within Australia.
So we leave our home once again which is being left in good hands.
Not quite finished travels for Winter 2016, will finish sometime.
If I'm able to most likely due to internet coverage and data available might be able to post a photo or two whilst away.

A post from 2015 Inside the Caravan. Some may have seen this post in the past, it contains photos inside the caravan.

Today we sail across the sea, Bass Strait to Melbourne in Victoria and head north once again with our caravan. We don't know exactly where we are going, just follow our noses :)
Be safe, be happy and see you all later :)

Great Oyster Bay, Swansea, Tasmania, Australia.
A delicate sunset.



A post from 2015  of life inside the caravan.

52 comments:

  1. How nice is that. Have a wonderful trip and best wishes!

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  2. Enjoy your trip wherever it takes you.

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  3. Margaret travel safely and take a lot of photos. Love from Poland

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  4. That is wonderful!!!!!
    Wish you the best experiences ever!
    Hugs

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  5. Hello Margaret,
    Wonderful picture.
    Have a nice trip.

    Greetings, Marco

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  6. Enjoy of your beautiful trip and we also we will enjoy of him through of your beautiful photos.

    Kisses

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  7. You live a gypsy life, have a great trip.
    Merle............

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  8. Wow--- beautiful photograph. Safe journey!

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  9. Some photos of your trip would be nice, have fun discover new place and stay safe

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  10. That photograph is lovely ...

    Have a fabulous trip.
    Safe travels.

    All the best Jan

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  11. I'd forgotten how nice the colour scheme in your caravan is. You will be well on your way to Geelong now :-P Happy travels.

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    1. Thanks. We didn't go to Geelong this time :) Went up to turn right at Evans St. No right turn permitted so GPS found Toll way north to Campbellfield where G&S Chassis are, had to get the A frame serviced there, then onto Hume Highway again.

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  12. Safe travelling - the "Davis" (ie: under the control of the foot of Shanks in moderation......not lead heavy) Nomad odyssey on again.
    Have fun and look forward to the start of the report sometime late October.
    Colin

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  13. Have a happy trip.
    This photo is wonderful.

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    1. Thanks. Not sure how many more time though. Got to scratch our heads as where to go.

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  15. Very nice sunset, the rolling of the clouds matches the rolling of the waves.
    I hadn't seen the caravan posts, I'm hugely impressed with that interior. A far cry from the plywood "bubbles" that were caravans back in the 50s and 60s.

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    1. Thanks River.
      Caravanning is different these days, it's certainly a home with most things these days.

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  16. Boa tarde, votos que a sua viagem seja divertida com muitas fotos boas como sempre consegue.
    AG

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  17. We would love to be vagabonds like you! Have a safe trip.

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  18. The happy wanderers are wandering off once again...I wonder where they will wander! :)

    Safe wandering, Margaret. :)

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    1. Thanks Lee. At Euroa Vic at the moment - Ned Kelly country :)

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  19. How wonderful..."I don't know where we are going just follow our noses. Oh to be such free spirits. Envy. I know you avoid cities but if you are anywhere near Brisbane come and visit us. Send a text.

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    1. Ok thanks Diane we sure will if near/in Brisbane.
      Very much a free spirit at the moment :)

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  20. Enjoy your travels. I am quite enjoying seeing your photos on Instagram too. Stay safe.

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    1. Thanks. Enjoying putting one or two on Instagram also enjoying seeing yours too :)

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  21. I think you must have a little gypsy blood, Margaret! Safe travels!

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    1. Thanks David. Could have a Spanish ancestor..mostly Irish though..

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  22. Wow. How BEAUTIFUL!!! It takes too long to get to Australia from where I live, so I'm 99.9999 percent sure I'll never see it in person. I have to live vicariously through people like you!

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    1. That's a beauty of the internet and blogs - we can see what we may never see in reality.

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