Monday, January 31, 2011

We're sure that you're curious about us...

Here we are then...

Aravis - Mr Cute and Cheeky (1)

Israel - Mr Noise and Energy (3)

Levente - Miss Dream and Dance (5 1/2)

Trinity - Miss Read and Think (8)

Nick + Renee - Jesus people

So there we are - the travelling Woodleys...

(all beautiful photos in this post copyright to our friend Kathy Parker - 

Saturday, January 29, 2011

We're leaving South Australia for ten whole months...

   After an extremely hectic, social, and manually labourious - thank you Mr and Mrs Horn - week in Mount Gambier we are heading into the great unknown...well, partly great unknown as we have travelled this route many times but have yet to take our time exploring and un-hastening through it. (Yes, grammer nuts, I made up at least two words so far but needs must.)
   Yes, the travelling Woodleys are at a beautiful grassious partly shady partly sunny rivermouth campsite at twenty dollars a week - the Fitzroy River Reserve just past Tyrendarra, which is just past Portland. 
   And as I only have three minutes remaining of battery power I am keen to assure you that photos are coming, a recollection of January is coming, a reasoning behind the name of the blog is coming, and our blog will have links that work (thank you Mr Nitschke for enquiring!)
   Signing off to enjoy the sound of the waves, fresh night air, and decaf plunger (sorry to offend your sensibilities, Mr Rasmussen).
   Be seeing you in a week, world wide web.

Saturday, January 22, 2011

We're travelling around Australia on highway number one...

   Hello world wide web - it's going to be interesting to become a small part of you... 
   I'm here to share about the travelling Woodleys' adventures / thoughts / life as we explore the coast of our land Terra Australis Anno Domini 2011. The beginning of our nomadic life was in Adelaide (Silver Sands to be precise) and a month has been spent meandering our way down to the Mount (Gambier).
   Each week I hope to jot down my musings on our travels as we head around the coast on an anti-clockwise lap. Soon - more to come on why 'The Travelling Sabbath'; as well as a recount of January, our first month.