Monday, August 25, 2014

Now Where Were We?

Yesterday we arrived home from our trip to Cape York and we are now busy with working our way through our lists of jobs to catch up on. Due to lack of internet, I was unable to update my blog with our progress while we were traveling so there will be quite a few blog posts showing our beautiful country, while I get back into the quilting UFO's.

 On our way to Cooktown, we traveled through the Daintree Rainforest which is world heritage listed as a natural wonder.
 We camped on some wind-swept beaches on our way to start the trek to Cape York. This one is Archer Point, just below Cooktown.
 Cooktown has sustained some damage to to cyclones a few months ago but it is still a beautiful place.
We visited the Cooktown cemetery where the headstones tell a story of hardship during the early days of settlement. DH doesn't share my interest in cemetries but is happy to indulge my interest. More to come and it's good to be back home and blogging again.
Hugs, Jan Mac

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