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Retro Trailer Rebuild: Part 10

New to the camper trailer rebuild? Don’t start here! CLICK THIS and start from part 1! It’s D’day…but on this day there shall be no shells flying, fleets landing or

Cooking & Recipes 0 Comments

Camp Oven Recipe: Croissant Pudding in Grapefruit Shell

It’s May, well and truly into campfire season in Western Australia; and so I thought now was about the time to share a camp oven recipe cooked by Wendy Garner

Weekends 0 Comments

Central Greenough: A Historic Tourist Town

Childrens laughter carries upon the afternoon easterly; a hot breeze that has drifted hundreds of kilometres across the parched landscape and wheat fields. These joyful sounds of lunchtime banter are

Reviews 2 Comments

4WD Supa Center TITAN rear drawers: Review

4WD Supa Center offer lots of products for very low prices, and not surprisingly the quality of these products is called into question from time to time. I hear a

How To's 4 Comments

Retro Trailer Rebuild: Part 9

As you might remember from the first camper trailer rebuild blog post, the beds and cushions in here were a mix and match of dirty burnt yellow tones, and dark

Campsites 1 Comment

7 Mile Beach – Camping Near Geraldton

This post was last edited on 17/01/2017 Good free camps off the main roads are becoming harder and harder to find these days. They are around, you’ve just gotta know where

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Camping or 4wding in summer? These bushfire tips could save your life!

My Jeep caught fire, now the bush is alight. What do I do? Or maybe your Jeep didn’t catch fire (not likely) either way, it’s looking like you’re in a

4WD Technique 5 Comments

Total Fire Bans: what it means to camping and 4wding

Some parts of the world face tornado’s or earthquakes. Queensland in Australia endure’s a lot of floods and cyclones. For those of us in the southern parts of Western Australia,

Campsites 5 Comments

Camping At Wellington Dam

This post was last edited on 5 December 2016 Everybody has their favourite spot right? Generally somewhere close to home, but far enough away to disconnect. Or maybe it’s a

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Retro Trailer Rebuild: Part 8

Its vehicle inspection day and John and I are madly finishing off a few little details before our appointment at midday. These include mudflaps, the odd cable tie, and some