I took these photos with all you WUS G-Shock guys and girls in mind as a small refreshing break from G-Shock's for a few minutes
These photos will give you an idea what Cairns feels and looks like
After the recent cyclone and floods, the park has been pretty much cleared of all debris, broken trees, etc.
However, their is one small reminder left. It's a man eating saltwater crocodile that made his way into this lake when the river rose above the bank. The small river is about 20 feet away.
You will see the trap set on the lake with a dead chicken inside.
I have seen him twice and he usually comes up onto the middle mud bank at between 3-4pm.
I usually ride my bike past here but today went for a walk with Rieko my wife.
Today was rather hot and sunny and we arrived at 3pm. I guess he was waiting until later on today for the sun to get cooler.
We couldn't hang around any longer as we were both being attacked by a tiny little fly named a sand fly. Boy do they bite and bite all over
I used to live in Cairns in the late 80's, early 90's. It has changed a lot since these days and has become rather a busy city with people moving up here from down South (Sydney, Melbourne) for a "Sea Change".
Cairn's is expanding at a rapid pace and small towns both ways are all coming together as is the traffic.
It's not what it used to be and I'm out of here as soon as we complete some things we have to do.
Great place for a holiday
I apologize to all you people who have a weak internet connection as these photos are rather large so you can get the full details of the picture.
Give them time to download:thanks
Hope you enjoy them and some photos of the place you live would be nice, I'm sure for us all to appreciate.
Enjoy the photos