Camelman Dreaming: A Fifteen Year Journey. The Dream And The Reality Waiting To Happen! Australia's Last Great Camel Expedition.
Camelman Dreaming Australia's Last Great Camel Expedition Camelman Dreaming is the true story of a dream that took fifteen years in total to complete. The Darwin to Melbourne Thank You Camel Expedition 2008-2009 resulted in over $30,000 raised for the Children First Foundation along with national and world wide awareness of the Foundations goals of saving and changing children’s lives in need of s...
Paperback: 304 pages
Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform; 1 edition (February 6, 2013)
Product Dimensions: 6 x 0.7 x 9 inches
Amazon Rank: 5064108
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What an amazing day to day account of a camel trek journey across the outback of Australia to Melborne to raise awareness and funds for the Children's first foundation! Russell's descriptions had me walking right along side of him, Ros, and their ei...
edical procedures. Russell Osborne, the creator of the Darwin to Melbourne Thank You Camel Expedition 2008-2009, had been a lecturer in English on the Gold Coast of Australia when in an instant, he had developed a self-driven purpose to walk the continent of Australia with a herd of camels for a children’s charity after a bout of depression following the death of his mother. Not knowing a single thing about camels, camel expedition work, the deserts of Australia, navigation and how to organize a transcontinental crossing through some of the harshest and most isolated desert regions on the planet, he set his goals with unwavering determination to ‘Get the Job Done.’ The camel expedition arrived in Melbourne exactly the same time as the successful separation operation of conjoined twins, Trishna and Krishna, from Bangladesh, whom the founder of the Children First Foundation, Moira Kelly AO, had arranged for the twins operation at the Royal Children’s Hospital. This book is Russell Osborne’s personal account of the thirteen years of preparation and the two years of walking across the continent of Australia to achieve the dream.