Tom's second edible catch - Flathead off the lake right next to our campsite.
Of an evening, the prawns (shrimp whatever you want to call them) come out to play in the lake right next to us. As we didn't have a net and the yabbie pot just wasn't cutting it, Tom (as you do) decided to make his own net.
Eden Tourist Park was full of very friendly people - I guess that's what happens when you stay at the same place for ten days. We also met John & Vicki who have travelled from the UK and have bought a Toyota self contained van to do the drive around Oz. Hopefully, we bump into them regularly as we had an amazing seafood feast together one night and have now made a pact that when/if we bump into each other again, we shall have another feast... hmmmmmmm :)
Everyone must have been telling anyone travelling around Australia that they must visit Eden as we also met another family – Totti and Muna and their two little girls. Totti and Muna had a Pajero and a caravan and had only just set off 4 weeks ago. My hat goes off to them as I’m sure travelling around Australia with a 3 year old & a 6 month old isn’t an easy task but somehow, they still managed to pull it off very well. :) We must love food as once again we shared a BBQ night with Totti and Muna... let’s hope we bump into them again too hehehe
For your information Mr Free-From-Junk, we didn't wake up one morning and just decide to quit our jobs and drive around in the first 4WD that came available. And, unlike you - we won't be driving at 40km/hr in 100 zones pissing off 15 cars behind us AND you see that red stuff on the wheel arches? That's called dirt. You should try it one day. Oh no wait, you can't.
Check out the hand movements on this one...