Chapter II

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Bush Golf Course, Eidsvold

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Photo Gallery

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Bush Golfer

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Old Railway Station

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River Eel

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Falls at Paronella Park

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Sugar Plant - Tully, Qld

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Small Town Australia

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Our Camp Cook

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Giant Fig, thought to be 500 years old

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Daintree River Crossing

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Teh Endeavour River, Cooktown

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Cooktown Golf Course

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A curlew who visited us each evening. He thought we were on 'his' territory and was very curious and not at all afraid of people.

aaa2-termite1.jpg (13156 bytes) These are termite mounds. Most are 7 - 8 feet high, 5 feet wide and 2 feet thick. Some look like fairy- tale castles. The Cape York Peninsula has lots of them, in fact it often looks as if only termites flourish here. aaa2-termite2.jpg (24441 bytes)

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This is one of the more interesting roads! Usually they stretch for miles and miles, straight and flat with the same unvaried vegetation.

aaa2-cookaborough.jpg (7464 bytes)A kookaburra poses for his photo

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Calminco 'Bxite' mine tour - Weipa

They produce 40% of the worlds Bauxite

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150,000 ton load

aaa2-ebus2.jpg (7175 bytes) For Butch
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                                      with love..

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Palm Creek approach

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Palm Creek entry

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Palm Creek exit

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Twin Falls

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Hilton style hydrotherapy at Twin Falls

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The top of Eliot Falls

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New line of work to provide supper

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12 August 2001
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aaa2-top sign.jpg (8418 bytes)We made it to the Top!

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