Asia 2020 and 2023
At long last we are about to restart the Asia trip that was aborted by COVID19 in 2020...... click to see more.
Our 2019 Australian adventure was sufficently successful that we are now living back in Australia, planning a new travel vehicle and some more Australian based exploration. The new vehicle is currently undergoing some modification and preparations and sometime in 2nd quarter of 2023 we will be able to do our first trials.
Stay tuned .. once it is in our hands we will give you a tour and run down...... click to see more.
This is the earliest adventure recorded on this website and started in March of 2009. At the time we were novices at this overlanding thing and really had no idea what we were getting ourselves into. As it turned out .... read more
Around the World
Our longest overlanding adventure occupying approximately 5 years and taking us around the world from the far East of Canada, across North America, the Pacific Ocean to Eastern Russia, then through the Asian continent to explore Europe and then finally .... read more
Travels with our Earthroamer
After completing our The Americas adventure we mistakenly believed that we would not undertake any more vehicle based travel outside North America and with that mind set, in 2011 just after OverlandExpo, we purchased a used 2008 Earthroamer. However as plans .... read more
In 2015 on our annual return to the US, I Robert, decided to get myself a motorcycle license (my first ever experiences with motos) and a year later (again on our annual return to the US) I bought my first motorcycle a 2011 BMW1200 GS. That same year that motorcycle presented me with a broken leg and thats why we did not return to Europe that year. It was probably inevitable .... click this link to read more.
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The End - And Tribute to the Members of the First Fleet (Sydney, New South Wales)Journal entry for Thursday 21st Sep, 2023 (day 66, kms 444)
We did a little exploring around Manilla this morning, the town pub, an old school building which is now a museum and a local parrot. Mid morning we stopped in the town of Wallabadah where to our surprise we found a memorial to the First Fleet which included a list of all the members of that expedition....click/tap to read the full post
Gunsynd - The Gundawindi Grey (Manilla, New South Wales)Journal entry for Wednesday 20th Sep, 2023 (day 65, kms 485)
The plan was for today to be a driving day and to end the day in a position to arrive in Sydney tomorrow. Thus there was not much sight-seeing today....click/tap to read the full post
Morven (Rest area St George, Queensland)Journal entry for Tuesday 19th Sep, 2023 (day 64, kms 460)
There is not much to say about today as we are at the end of the trip and the "lets get home" feeling is trying to takeover our days. This can be seen by the distance we drove today, much greater than we would normally drive....click/tap to read the full post
Augathella (Wild camp near Charleville, Queensland)Journal entry for Monday 18th Sep, 2023 (day 63, kms 219)
Some readers will know of the song Augathella Station by the Australian Folk Group The Bushwackers. This is a song Nina and I have listened to for over 40 years and today we will finally get to visit the town of Augathella which is in Queensland cattle country and is central to the song....click/tap to read the full post
Australian Workers (Tambo, Queensland)Journal entry for Sunday 17th Sep, 2023 (day 62, kms 283)
We loitered a bit today in the tiny town of Barcaldine. It is a tidy place with a nice picnic area beside the highway so there was plenty of shaded tables to lounge on so it was a pleasant place to spend some of the day. But it is also a historically and politically significant town as in some ways it is the home of the Australian Labour movement and the Australian Labour Party. To emphasis this the town is host to an enormous museum called The Australian Workers Heritage Center...click/tap to read the full post