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  1. mallenden

    Thank you Geoff & Celia, you are indeed a wonderfully inspiring family and it has been a delight to have met you along the way of your travels. Yes, the Warrumbungles are truly a fabulous place to visit. We saw the devastation 12 months after the fires and it truly was heartbreaking to see. Until we meet again somewhere in the big wide world – Fraser Island is a great place to visit too!!!!
    Maria and Denis, the Travelling Allendens

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    • Geoff

      Oh, Maria and Den, the pleasure is equally ours too. I’m confident we get to meet up somewhere sometime soon. We’ll be back up on the sunshine coast (Noosa) in about 3 weeks from now.

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  2. Debbie

    Thank you for another amazing post loved the dialogue and photographs. Where are you now. Venus fly trap still alive X

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  3. Lorraine Drew

    Lovely memories. Always great to see photos of home. We used to live at Tooraweenah which locals called the gateway to the Warrumbungles. Also enjoyed reading your posts about Purnululu and Horizontal which we will be visiting next month. So looking forward to it all. Shall have a good read of all you adventures. Thank you.

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    • Geoff

      Thanks Lorraine. The Warrumbungles are indeed a special place. Do let us know if you have any questions in relation to your impending visit to Purnululu or elsewhere up that way – very envious 🙂

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  4. sonya carpetner

    Hi Guys
    I feel a bit sad that your lovely trip is over too, its been great reading and following along with Celia, Lachi and Aidan on the walks and seeing whats on the menu for dinner 🙂 mmm , and the photography has been awesome Geoff, I have to say it, I just love love love the ‘lumpy’ photograph of the beautiful Warrumbungles the sky and the cloud formations and the shadows seem to match the landscapes below perfectly, a really awesome photo! You guys are inspiring and wonderful and getting out their in the bush is a real credit to you…we love bushwalkers !! I have to say that I was with Celia the first time she went to the ‘Bungles’, it would have been about 1975ish when she was a wee baby, on a camping trip with there family to Rocky and back, I remember the ‘Breadknife’ such an unusual name for a rock, but such a Aussie thing to do, I wonder what the indigenous name is, if it means something like ‘cutting tool’ (or is Warrumbungle indigenous?)…anyway thank you wonderful Hunters for your travelogue..see you soon on the lovely Sunny coast..and dare I say it….’back to school’ (in uniform!!) 🙂 🙂 !! XXX000 Son, don, zoe and elect

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  5. Ursula Saunders

    Hi Geoff, Have absolutely loved the photos and updates on your adventures, wow what an incredible family experience and the memories you’ve all made together will last a lifetime. Look forward to catching up soon mate. Lots of love to you and Celia and the boys Ursy xoxo

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    • Geoff

      Hey Urs – great to hear from you and we’re very happy to hear you have been enjoying reading about our little lap of Oz this past year. It’s been a life-changing experience and one we have all loved. Look forward to catching up soon and look out for a few more trip update before the end of Sept.

      G

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  6. Mel

    What an amazing adventure you’ve all had! How inspiring! It’s been so fun to read your posts and see the glorious pictures of your travels. Such precious times as a family. 😃

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    • Geoff

      hey Mel,

      It certainly has – and life changing actually. We loved having you follow us and regularly posting comments. We still have a couple more posts to come and a few updates. The book idea has been suggested by several people now so when we slow down a little we’ll call you. Speak soon. G & C

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