Monthly Archives: April 2012

Scarborough on the Redcliffe Peninsular


I’d like to show you the view from Scarborough on the Redcliffe Peninsular. The view over Moreton Bay is spectacular.     What would life on the beach be without coconut palms?   All that is needed is some rum and a little umbrella.

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Crevasse Gold


To get the best concentration of gold, for the smallest amount of effort, you have to find somewhere for the gold to get caught. Small cracks in rock, or better still, places where large rocks overlap each other, creating crevices or depressions, … Continue reading

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Good Morning From Australia


My latest camping trip produced the most spectacular sunrise I’ve seen in a while. I awoke to this on Sunday morning. The Sun trying to burn through. And after a light drizzle of rain, the fog started to lift. How did the rest of … Continue reading

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Gold Mines/ Brisbane City. Part1


Gold has been reported in the central suburbs of Brisbane, sense the 1860’s. Three young men discovered gold in a waterhole at Bulimba, and proceeded to work the area for two months before word of the discovery got out. Two lots of … Continue reading

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