Tablelands to Georgetown, Queensland, Australia
(June 30 - July 8, 2007)
The Curtain Fig, an awesome tree.
Our campsite in the rainforest.
Happy as a clam in the rainforest.
The sign for tree kangaroos.
Our bikes at the base of the curtain fig tree, it was that huge.
This snake is actually dead.
Malanda falls, I think.
Malanda Hotel, this town looked like an interesting town to check out.
Plants in the rainforest, they may look like house plants to some people.
The windy hill wind mills in the distance.
The wind mills on windy hill, 3 km from ravenshoes.
We saw quite a few of these on this highway used by the mine.
What is wrong with this picture. There is only one lane and room for one truck,
a dangerous part of the highway.
Our campsite a 40 mile scrub national park, a dry rainforest.
Our first look at the outback, termite mounds everywhere.
Our campsite on Einasleigh river.
Gilbert river, we saw crocodile prints on shore but never a crocodile.
The one lane road through the outback.
The freshwater crocodile at Georgetown.
The cemetery at Georgetown.
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