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  1. Hi Deanna thanks for comment good to hear from you. It is a fantastic country.

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  2. Deanna Roberts

    Hi Guys
    What an incredible journey so far! Love all your photos and description of where you’ve been. Jack, you look like you’re in your element. I can’t believe it’s already 12 months since you took off. Hasn’t the time flown?.
    Sil and I hope to do similar trip one day. Sil wants to convert a bus into a motorhome and head off around Australia. Have to find the bus and a place to do the conversion first.
    Take care and happy travelling.
    Deanna

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