Imagine heading out for a six-month trip to a foreign country intending to live in a recreational vehicle. First you would have to quickly locate and then buy a satisfactory vehicle so you could get on the road to see as much as possible in the time allotted. Bill and Marcia Hogan did that starting out in Cairns, Australia and had the time of their lives, seeing the beautiful sights of Australia and meeting many wonderful people. They stayed mainly in caravan parks where the Aussies camped and as a result got to know the people who told of their country. Whatas more it seemed that they hardly left home at all because they took along a laptop computer and sent out e-mail messages at every opportunity to their family and friends. Down Under in Henn Boo is a compilation of those e-mail messages where they tell of their wild experiences in the Kakadu tracing Crocodile Dundeeas explorations, the investigation of the Red Center and Ayers Rock, the long tour of the Australian beaches from Cape Tribulation to Adelaide, the southwest corner of Western Australia, the island of Tasmania and then on to New Zealand.A tour with the Navy, my fouryear job at General Electric, and a long career with Boeing did not include much family ... Planningthe trip began years ago, seeing every movie made about Australia, checking every travel video outof the publicanbsp;...
|Title||:||Down Under In Henn Boo|
|Publisher||:||iUniverse - 2000-08-18|