Yesterday we returned from our six-week trip across Australia from our home on the southern coastline to the north coast. We left our bushland campsite amongst kangaroos in historic Maldon, an old goldmining area and motored home almost entirely by freeway, across Melbourne, through the Burnley Tunnel and out on the Citilink tollway, Monash Freeway, Eastlink tollway and finally Peninsula Link, arriving in time for lunch at home.
Our son called in with two of his daughters, then our daughter wielding an electric screwdriver to relocate some bunks, then our daughter-in-law and another granddaughter. Together we shared the cake that one of them had brought and rearranged the rooms to give David an office. Then washing and sorting through piles of mail, shopping and preparing for Probus tomorrow. Back to the bustle of our other reality and joys of family life.
Our blogs will be less frequent for a while (weekly?) until our next trip which will be in October to the seaside town of Merimbula. Thanks again for following our trips, Australia’s a great country for camping and we do enjoy sharing our discoveries with you.