Filthy Wheels

Greetings, and welcome to the catalogue of my travel blogs. If you didn’t realise, I like to explore and see the world as much as I can, and taking my typewriter, camera and often an iPad lets me tell you all about the experience.

I steer Ruby down to the city of Geelong and Queenscliffe in search of beautiful scenery and nice typewriters. However the weather ends up being only conducive to one.
Miss Jane and I explore the towns of Wangaratta, Beechworth, Glenrowan, Yakendandah and Milawa.
I hit the road on my motorbike and head in to the Wide Open Road cafe to do some typing.
22/4/2014 to 08/05/2014
Steve Snow and myself take a drive from Brisbane to Melbourne in order to deliver it to Jane. On the way we hunt typewriters, explore run down pubs, type in parliament and just generally make a nuisance of ourselves.
 To market we will go
 Of submarines and typewritersMiss Jane and I drive the Newell highway to Victoria to spend christmas with my family before we return via Canberra to visit Rob Messenger. We then drive up the coast back to Brisbane


 Tis the end of the year my friends 

I blog from a hotel in Dubbo in the middle of my trip to Melbourne for christmas.


24/08/2013 to 05/11/2013
 High heels and lo-socio
 A considerable embarrassment
 A quick hello from Bendigo
 007: Typewriters are forever. (Teeritz Agenda)
 A visit to Tom’s typewriter shop
 From Melbourne to Ballarat – a town of the lost and found
 Art, love and Robert Clinch

Miss Jane and I head to Melbourne for a conference, before getting out of town. On the way I check out one of the few typewriter repairers still operating in Melbourne, and meet up with blogger – Teeritz.


 Journey to Canberra – The messenger collection

I fly to Canberra to catch Rob Messenger’s exhibition while it was on display.


24/07/2012 to 08/09/2012
 The Brutal road
 Typecasting in the outback
 The RFDS and the morse typewriter
 For the beauty of the stars
 Typing in the museum
Hermes of the outback

I load up Ruby (my car) and drive out to the remote country town of Charleville, with my typewriter to report on the world out there.

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