Kathys Place Bed and Breakfast
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What can I say, I had never seen this race before and had only heard about it last year after meeting someone who had competed in it for the first time. Daniel came over the line 92nd last year and thought to do it again was to make sure it hadn't been a fluke.... it wasn't he did really well and came in 51st over the line but later due to times was pushed back to 56. In my books that is a huge achievement especially as ...
... the women to do a shopping expedition to replenish the stores depleted over the past two weeks.
I also got the opportunity to buy a pair of cargo pants as I had forgotten to bring a pair..
The stopover also gave us ( the women ) a chance to do some washing..
Those with an eye for fashion will by now have notice the same clothes being worn for days on end..
4th & 5th May
Travelling further up the Red Centre we drove another 460kms to reach Alice Springs. We have spent time over the past two days scrubbing the inside and outside of the van and 4WD to try and get rid of some of the red dirt. After setting up on Monday, we headed to the shops to restock. The town area was very quiet and we asked at Woolworths why all of the shops were closed. It ...
... forever cast in stone after they protected Uluru from the giant Dingo Kurpany had become, that was sent to destroy the Mula. In the next cave across, a women's cave, there is what looks like a giant dog paw print in the rock. And next to it another rock protrusion that is said to be a women with no face, as the giant dingo came and killed her by ripping it off, before chasing the other women to the men's area where the tribe fled south, excluding the five men of Mula, who ...
... have had it. We leave Spud and head down to another rock formation Rainbow Valley at the end of the potentially tricky 22km of unmade road. I let the tyres down to 28psi from 40. We are driving on a mixture of red dust and rock and the car veers about a bit but it's a breeze and we never have to even put it in 4wd mode. Instantly you can see why it's called Rainbow Valley with a large rock formation at the end in vivid reds ...