THIS WEEK ON ALL 4 ADVENTURE…
The boys start out at Honeymoon Bay where it’s too windy to head offshore. So they plan to take the tinnies down to Red Bluff where it should be more sheltered.
The track out there is a bit overgrown, but Simon is keen to put it in 4-wheel drive to test out his offroad caravan. The boys manage to find every hole along the way, so there’s plenty of recovery action. And they learn how to winch quickly after Jase gets stuck over an ants nest.
Jase loses sight of the track, so they decide to make camp. After seeing an old grader on rusting out on the side of the track, Simon is inspired to level the spear grass in the area with the quad towing a log.
With better light in the morning, they’re able to get back to the track and are eventually able to make it to the coast. It’s still windy out there, so they decide to launch the tinnies in the nearby creek and head up to Don’s Camp.
In order to catch their dinner, the boys continue on up to the rock bar to do a little fishing in the rapids. It’s a great spot to set up the swags and take in the Kimberley sunset.
The next morning, Jase finds himself catching more than he bargained for, so they all work together to do a bit of bush surgery.
They pack up and head back to Don’s to bring their fish carcasses as a treat for ol’ Coddly, the enormous cod that even makes the crocs a bit nervous. As Jesse gets up close for a hand feed, Jase and Simon both recall times when they got tagged by the big fella.
They boat back to the main camp and do some fishing off the rocks where the cod and barra are on the bite. They camp amongst the rock formations before heading back in to Kalumbaru to get Jase’s hook injury looked at. Thankfully he’s good enough to whip up a Jam Drop Damper before they check out the WWII airplane wreck near Kalumbaru airport.
Bush Cook’n: Jam Drop Damper
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