So a couple of weeks ago we decided to do a day trip to Deception Bay. I was mainly just looking for somewhere new to go for the day and take Ada. Deception Bay, named in 1832 by John Oxley for the unusual shallowness of the bay is Gubbi Gubbi land. The first Europeans in … Continue reading Deception Bay and the historic Bancroft Baths
Now that we have bitten the bullet and again had a dog join our family we have had to consider the implications with our travel. We love bush camping and national parks. National parks and dogs do not mix. It does not matter how well behaved the dog is, just the scent of a dog … Continue reading How do you visit National parks when travelling with dogs?
I cannot stress how much I am enjoying having a dog in my life and being able to take Ada with us as much as possible but it is worth noting that when you go camping not everyone who is sharing your camp ground feels the same way you do. It is always important to … Continue reading Being human friendly when taking dogs camping
Through Booksprout I was lucky enough to get a review copy of Jackie Lambert's wonderful new book: Dogs n Dracula: A Road Trip Through Romania (Adventure Caravanning with Dogs Book 3). While I am a big fan of Jackie's blog; World Wide Walkies and I did receive a free copy of the book I can … Continue reading Dogs n Dracula – a book post
On the weekend we again visited Stanthorpe. Driving south we could see the massive smoke haze and the sinister orange tinge to the horizon from the fires further south at Glen Innes. The countryside has taken on an apocalyptic feel what with fires and the on going drought, our weekend in Stanthorpe, however was one … Continue reading Joie de vivre and rural shopping on the Granite Belt.