Filthy Wheels

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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.

15/08/2014
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.
07/07/2014
Miss Jane and I explore the towns of Wangaratta, Beechworth, Glenrowan, Yakendandah and Milawa.
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22/06/2014
I hit the road on my motorbike and head in to the Wide Open Road cafe to do some typing.
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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.
 WORST * CHRISTMAS * EVER
 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

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21/12/2014
 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.

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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.

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04/10/2012
 Journey to Canberra – The messenger collection

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

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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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