Bye for now, see you all in a weeks time.

I have just packed the last of what I think we will need into Matilda and we are ready to head north tomorrow.

It will take approx. 5 days to travel the 2000 kilometres to the Atherton Tablelands in tropical north Queensland. Matilda is 16 years old and I’m sure in car years she is as old as we are, so we all like to travel slowly, taking time to look around as we go.

We are going north for winter and will be house sitting in the Atherton Tablelands and will be foster parents to a family of felines this time. I am looking forward to meeting them. We will be off the blogosphere for approx. a week. I can feel withdrawal symptoms coming on already.

On the road again...

On the road again…

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22 thoughts on “Bye for now, see you all in a weeks time.

  1. I was actually worried about you, silly me. Should have known, on the road again with Jack & Matilda~


    • G’day Cindy I’m looking forward to catching up with all the posts I have missed out on during the past 2 weeks.


  2. Joan and Terry Watson

    stay safe and be kind to Matilda and she will love you forever


  3. I love the Tablelands…have a great time!


  4. Bon voyage and I’m looking forward to pictures of your kitty foster family


  5. Enjoy!!


  6. it’s going to be great to see photos (and sketches?!!!) of the felines! have a great safe trip!


  7. Have a nice trip – hope you will have fine weather and not too much slave work…!


    • Thanks for the best wishes. We leave in a couple of hours, one last look at the computer, and the sun is shining, a brilliant day šŸ™‚


  8. Enjoy tour vacation..


  9. Travel safely- love it up there!


  10. Hope you have a good trip ! I look forward to the all the pictures you are going to have and to the pics of the cats ! Give them a cuddle from me !


  11. poppytump

    Hi PP šŸ™‚ Safe travels … Go Matilda Go ….
    Look forward to hearing about your new Feline Friends and not Fiends hopefully Lol


  12. Wishing you safe travels…I had to look on the map to see where you are headed. Look forward to your wonderful photos & posts about the Atherton Tablelands.


    • Thanks Deanna, I tried to download a map to show where we are going but I couldn’t do it. Will maybe go to the forums next week to get some help and show our trip. The distance is very deceiving on a map. It is a beautiful area I’m looking forward to all the photo opps


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