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Made to the tip, now heading home

sunny 27 °C

It`s been a while since my last blog. In this time we have all ready been to the tip and stayed at Seisia now heading home.
I had fun at Seisia at night we went fishing off the wharf. It was my job to catch the live bait for everyone. Dad bought me a Jig, which has heaps of hooks on them and you jiggle it into the water and the sardines see the shiny silver things and you hook them. Mum was having a turn and the Torres Strait islanders starting laughing at her and told her if she wants to catch some fish you have to put it in the water. She didn’t even realise her line wasn’t in the water no wonder she didn’t catch anything. It was so funny.

Bramwell Station

Bramwell Station

When we went to Bramwell station Mum, dad, josh and I saw a cute little calf and a puppy. I don’t know what the cows name was but the puppy’s name was Bandit. The calf was licking our car and rubbing his neck on the bull bar, I think he wanted to come home with us.

Python at the Caravan park

Python at the Caravan park

At Cooktown Rod and dad went to the toilet and they saw a huge python outside the toilet block that ate a fat thing. It was about two and half metres long. It was moving very very slow and heading for a tent. We woke the people camping so they knew it was there.

Posted by jordan21 16:58 Archived in Australia Tagged family_travel

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