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Archive for October, 2009

Thu
29
Oct '09

Hanging with Flippa & the Girl Dogs of the Sea

The township of Baird Bay only has 6 permanent residents, and the population jumps to 10 during the summer months. When we pulled into town, Justin immediately explored the shoreline, searching for Razorfish, crabs, cockles, and shells. As he strolled the shoreline, which is also a main road, he had a chat with a resident, […]

Wed
28
Oct '09

Coffin Bay

Here is a quick video of a mother Emu and her young at the Coffin Bay national park.

Sat
24
Oct '09

West Syde!

Its been almost two weeks since our last post, and about just as long since we had to pay for dinner.  For the past few weeks the ocean has been a reliable source of food.  and now that we are on the West Side of the Eyre Peninsula, it couldn’t be more true.  It’s nice […]

Wed
14
Oct '09

Flippa (the re-mix)

Wed
14
Oct '09

Arno Bay: Population 220

When arriving at Arno bay we came upon beautiful mangroves with excellent boardwalks through out. They meandered around a local birds’ nesting ground that happens to fly at your head aiming to pluck your eyes out should you go anywhere near their young. Luckily, Justin and I got through the nesting areas safely and boardwalk […]

Wed
14
Oct '09

HAPPY 31st ANNIVERSARY MOM & DAD

We only got a little over one year…we can do 30 more, no prob.  Piece of cake, right?

Sat
10
Oct '09

Aussie Crab FEAST!!!

We stayed one more night in this awesome town!  We got 9 blue crabs last night…6 females and 3 huge males!  We didn’t finish until 11:30pm, then I boiled them in sea water until 1 am (we only have a small pot so i have to cook them 2 at a time)…we’re having a crab feast […]

Fri
9
Oct '09

The Windy Place

When the Aboriginals named this area Whyalla, meaning “Windy Place”, they weren’t kidding.  Near Arctic winds deliver a welcomed and refreshing change from the heat we’ve experienced the past few months.  The ocean here is a deep dark blue, torn by near Gaile force winds and LOADED with FISH! We have been camping in a […]

Sat
3
Oct '09

Coober Pedy Opal Fields

This is just driving through miles and miles of opal fields. its outside of a town called Coober Pedy, with means “Hole in ground”. most of the town is underground to escape the heat. most of the buildings are just fronts that do deep into the side of the mountain.

Fri
2
Oct '09

Disneyland in the Desert

Driving through the center of the country included a myriad of emotions. We stayed at Devils Marbles for 2 nights. Camping next to massive red boulders that were perch atop each other in the pristine desert was exciting, breathtaking, and every other happy-go-lucky feeling one could have. Plus it was only $6 bucks per night…sweet. […]

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