"NO MORTGAGE . NO MOWING" - The Grey Nomad Journey of Keith and Frances Thompson
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WHERE ARE WE NOW?….
After all the changes to our plans due to Covid19 we are spending the latter 8 months of 2021 exploring the NT and other parts of Queensland mostly untravelled before.
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June 2-10, 2021 Another walk following the line of a creek up to rock pools at the top; unfortunately we didn't get the chance to make it past about the 70% point as we were all moved out by the Park Rangers with a bushfire threatening to jump the creek - picture at...
June 2-10, 2021 The furthest "Point of Interest" in the Park from our campground was the old Tin Mine at Bamboo Creek, just a short drive off Litchfield Park Road. This from NT Tourism:"Established around 1906, the Bamboo Creek Tin Mine provides an insight into the...
June 2-10, 2021 Yet another waterfall and walking trail, Greenant Creek flows down from the Tjaetaba Falls which have at their top a swimming hole, a fairly easy trail takes you to the very top and through a variety of both Savannah Woodland and Monsoon Forest. ...
June 2-10, 2021 Along Litchfield Park Road as you drive in from the Stuart Highway and Darwin is an explanatory site about the NTs thousands of these which are everywhere you go up here. One side of the site focuses on the Magnetic termites whose mounds align exactly...
June 2-10, 2021 Wangi Falls are probably the best known in Litchfield within their swimming hole at the base; unfortunately this season swimming has been closed due to a combination of crocs and water conditions, The walking trail was open however and we traversed a...
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