Epilogue We moved back to our unit at the end of February. David is back at work at the Bureau of Meteorology and I am back (temping) at The Australian Psychological Society whilst looking for a permanent job. Our trip is still very vivid in our memory and we are so glad we took off on this adventure. However, it is also good being home with some basic luxuries that we missed on our travels like comfortable couches and our own bathroom and of course being n...
David & Kylie's Drought Breaking Tour
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From Nhill we stopped in Horsham at Conway's Pies for brunch. We then stopped in Caroline Springs for petrol and thought to ourselves as we got to the Warrigal Rd exit on the South Eastern should we just get off now and head home. But no we continued onto Glenmaggie arriving there at about 5.30pm. Over the weekend there were a few punters staying at the two houses - Pat and Gary's and Nancy and Gordon's - including all the Jackson's, Sean and Annabelle, Mum,...
We left Adelaide after lunch on Thursday and headed to Nhill were we stayed the night with my cousin Cameron and his family. We had dinner at one of the pub's in town before watching a bit of tennis. Cameron and his wife Rachael are expecting their 5th child in March, a boy, to add to their four beautiful daughters. After a cup of tea this morning, we hit the road with Glenmaggie our final destination. Kylie
Our flight out of Perth was delayed an hour. This ruined trying to land in Melbourne at the same time as my sister, Kris, flying in from Brisbane. She arrived early and had to wait around two hours. Thursday and Friday I spent getting ready for Nancy (my cousin) and Gordon's wedding. This entailed shopping for an outfit and trips to the hairdresser (cousin Michelle) and beautician (Anya). Thursday night we went to a BBQ at Nancy and Gordon's. This was an op...
We finally hit the road on Thursday 24th January 2008 after a minor medical emergency the day before when we had planned to leave. All worked out fine and we left Melbourne at 11.55am. Still don't think it has hit us - what we are about to embark on.