Wednesday, October 08, 2008

Up the Creek



Oops, once again, am in a hurry, so just have time to upload some pics of Burra creek camp. I did get invadeded for the long weekend, but by good fortune they were a group of nurses and families, so was able to integrate quite well. The battery on the computer went flat several days ago, and have been over to the Redbanks Conservation Park ...
so has taken most of the time just to transfer the photos and charge the battery. Will go back to the Burra creek campground tonight, and try to spend some time organising things. Been much more fun spending the time tromping around in the Mallee scrub.

And yer .. am a jolly little swaggie .. heh.





10 comments:

John L said...

Burra Creek is great.

Brian Hughes said...

A group of kinky nurses on a camping trip. There's got to be a Carry On film in there somewhere.

BBC said...

Nice pictures, I love camping. And having fun with crazy women, just don't try to get too attached to them anymore. I've been posting about some of them on my blog in fact.

Just ask Chris Rock

Jayne said...

Love the photos :)

Jayne said...

Just came back for a second gander and took more notice of the first photo.
EEK!
The male offspring thinks it's cool while I'm heading for the nearest tree to hide in (where I'll probably find gazillions of those buggers!).

JahTeh said...

I'm with Jayne. Just how big was that spider and how near to the tent was it?

Three Score and Ten or more said...

Fun pictures but I gave up tents and sleeping bags for lent, (or for something) about the time I became three score and ten. I get back pains just looking at a sleeping bag.

OperationDemocracyDataDoctor_1 said...

I grew up on a farm well away from town. And that was too civilized for dad so we'd camp in the sierras or the Mojave desert any weekend he could take off. ...that was more church for us than any buildings with people praying.

Nomads don't need hospitals so I can't say they live worse than us settled folk. Careful who you inspire, Davo.

Davo said...

The nurses all came with husbands and children attached, so there wasn't much in the way of "carry-on", but a great time was had by all.

The spider was only a littlie, about the size of a thumbnail, but did come to visit me (twice) in the tent.

Will try to post more pics as time goes by .. internet connection a bit far away at present.

Vincent said...

Message from Davo: communications broken at present but will get back as soon as he can. See other comments I've appended to his most recent posts.