Another of the magazines from a few months ago that just made its way to us, Australian 4WD Action issue 153 has a few pages on our travels along Cape Range and the picturesque Ningaloo Reef in central Western Australia.
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Since we left Australia in August there have been a few more magazines hit the shelves containing our articles. The first to trickle in via air mail the other day was Camping With Your 4WD issue number eight, released back in August. It chronicles some of our adventures with Lisa’s parents to Bruny Island in […]
Like all good things, this journey of ours has finally come to an end. Since we left San Francisco in April, 2009 we’ve set foot in 11 countries, visited 13 islands, had to learn snippets of seven languages, traveled on 32 different planes, sailed on 15 boats, attended four weddings and ridden in two rickshaws. […]
Issue seven of Camping With Your 4WD hit the shelves yesterday. In it are a couple of articles I wrote outlining a few weekend getaways for 4WD-inclined travelers from Hobart and Darwin. A few more cameos from Lisa’s parents in the Hobart article, camping along the Lyell Highway and also on Bruny Island.
Back to civilization after our marathon day of driving around The Central Deserts, we spent a few days in Broken Hill with our good mate Todd on our way back to Adelaide. Todd and a few of our other friends from university in Adelaide grew up in Broken Hill, a remote mining town in western […]
Regardless of their artery-clogging, tummy-enlarging, generally unhealthy food offerings I find it very difficult to pass through an Australian country town without sampling the fare at the local bakery. In the Northern Territory and northern Western Australia this wasn’t so much of a problem for us as bakeries were very few and far between. As […]
We left Bedourie early Sunday morning headed for the famous Outback settlement of Birdsville, just north of the Queensland/South Australia border. It was a muddy drive along the sections of road between the towns that were unpaved (roughly 65% of the track is paved), the clay floodplains holding on to the water from the torrential […]