Jacqueline Hancock lives hikes and treks in the Australian Outback. She says, “It is almost like the harsh varying conditions of drought and flood makes for some “real unusual weathering” or perhaps it’s just that we grow in more isolation up here and that lets us develop some more “interesting” shapes like crystals forming quietly in a “vug” or geode!”. Jacqueline is passionate about God, her country and is a teacher at heart. In here writings of the outback you will get specific information like hiker hut locations, great laughs and little of the gospel as taught at a unique outback church where the congregation seeks to be true disciples of Jesus and minister to those living in the outback of Australia. Thanks for an entertaining and informative interview outbackjack!
I have always been an outdoor “tomboy” kind of a person from as long as I can remember. I grew up with my mother and Grandparents on small acreage and preferred to spend my time outside with the horses, ducks and chooks etc. I remember my Nanna always preferring to work outside in the garden instead of doing housework and I am the same. On Sunday afternoons after we had been to Church my mum would often take the “four generations” (Great grandmother, Nanna, Mum and I for Sunday drives in the country. We would take turns picking which road or turn to take and then mum had to find her way home again. We never got lost and I got to see a lot of our state this way.
Army disposal stores, as I am used to Army type equipment. Lol