Saturday, May 29, 2021
Friday, March 12, 2021
Catching up with family in Adelong, slashing grass, painting, building a chook pen and levelling a site for two 20 foot containers. The containers might at some point be home to the MH. A couple of trusses between the two, a roof, and you have an all-weather shelter complete with rooms for a workshop and storage.
|The first time around was with a wheeled Bobcat|
but this little digger sorted it.
|A tilt-tray truck delivered the containers.|
|Should have included this in the earlier post. Copied from the Internet.|
Monday, March 1, 2021
This blog started out as private back in April 2011. A private diary of travel. As I say to anyone that will listen: an argument stopper for when I'm in the retirement home and reminiscing about where I've been. I started it at a time of radical change in my life. After 40 years of marriage, I was now on my own, retired and touring about without a specific destination.
Monday, February 1, 2021
So the first trip in The Bug is down to Victoria and a BlazeAid camp at Wulgulmerang, population 11.
In actual fact, I was killing time having a few days free before meeting family in Adelong NSW.
The quickest or should I say the shortest way there is via Cooma, Jindabyne and cross the border at Suggen Buggen. Signs at Jindabyne suggested border passes were required to enter Victoria but I saw nobody. In actual fact only saw a couple of vehicles on the 100km trip. That was good because most of the road is gravel and just a single lane in some places and best travelled at about 40km/h. The Bug went well on the gravel.
|Tree down and no chainsaw, but I managed.|
Friday, January 1, 2021
Over seven months in one place, staying in bricks and mortar, well that's not been achieved since hitting the road full time, leaving Narrandera back in March 2010. Usually, a long stay for me would be coming back to Cotton Tree for the annual Certificate of Inspection required for heavy vehicles like my motorhome, pay bills, catch up on the snail-mail, check the unit, splash in the warm waters of Maroochydore, then off again.