It has taken us months of research, searching and waiting, but finally we have our teardrop, our little escape pod. We did have a false start in the quest, when we did make an offer on a second hand teardrop, the owner changed their mind after initially accepting, that kind of did us a favour, … Continue reading New Teardrop
So the big reason for getting the pod was to facilitate fast weekend getaways. This weekend we went up the Sunshine coast to Cotton Tree, not a lot of time to write a long post, but just wanted to share one of Gary's lovely photos, taken just after sunrise. A couple of notes about Cotton … Continue reading Worshipping the Dawn
And why kids books make great travel souvenirs.
Review of Raynor Winn's The Salt Path. What do you do when you lose everything? When overnight you become homeless, losing the home, the farm you made your life in, raised your family and had hoped to live out your days? What do you do when you find you are not only homeless, but your partner, … Continue reading What do you do when you lose everything?
Just a few photos from our first outing in the new Travelbug Eco Pod. Set up was very quick. Even the tent setup was easy even though we had not removed it from its carrying bag before. The parrots are friendly. We were lucky to have had recent rain so the falls were active.
So welcome to Gum trees and Galaxies, my return to blogging after an extended absence and the first time I have co-written a blog with my partner, GG. This our new adventure in joint blogging, is to act as a record of our joint adventures, but will also contain random tangents and some book blogging. Book … Continue reading So What’s it all about?