With the van parked up in Tasmania for the last 6 weeks, we’ve started tackling some of the items on our must do list, including the installation of smoke detectors and a carbon monoxide alarm. This has been long overdue and should be a priority for any RV’ing newbie, as these quick, inexpensive and easy to install products can literally save your life!
Paul continues learning on the Weber this week by cooking up a fantastic and full of flavour Thai fish curry, and the boys have loads of fun making colourful and crazy sock puppets to play with.
Stick around to the end of the episode as this week’s ‘Feel Good’ Throw Back takes us back to a day spent 4WD’ing Queensland’s spectacular Rainbow Beach and Coloured Sands. Our first beach driving in the new Hilux didn’t disappoint!
Plus, we’ve got a beautiful Mother’s Day gift pack up for grabs so jump over to our website and enter now to win! www.thefeelgoodfamily.com.au
We hope you and your family are safe and well, take care and stay happy, healthy and hopeful!
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Check out other episodes of our Family Travel Australia series 1 & 2
Series 1 Central & South East Queensland – https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLyT5RfQ7XK9ysXNVRa–bQqIJmmOwI984
Series 2 Tasmania – https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLyT5RfQ7XK9zZnELTC00yyaYGqd0m-jG-
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We are an ordinary Australian family, creating extraordinary experiences. We’ve taken a leap of faith, packed up our lives, said goodbye to the 9-5 grind and hello to 24/7 – life as a traveling family!
Being complete caravanning newbies, we are hoping the experiences we share through our Family Travel Australia series will not only have an educational element, but will inspire you to take your own leap of faith, get outdoors and make memories that will last.
We live by the mantra “You don’t need to see the whole staircase, just take the first step!”