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... is then you just climb the last 600 or 700 mtrs to the top. A lovely vista awaits.
Next time we would like to come back to this national park and see what the other few walks have on offer as well as maybe a wander up Mt Remarkable. That would be amazing.
After our 2 hour wander it was time to hit the road. First stop Port Pirie to fill Vincent with some fuel and some fuel for us as well. Our dining view for lunch was the ...
... of the drag night they had going on last night. After that was a quick visit to the British pub across the road before turning in for the night at around 12.30.
Worst sleep I've had all trip. The window to the room is single glazed and doesn't even close properly on one side and the staff decided that the proper means of bedding in such an environment during winter is a single thin sheet to sleep under. Needless to say, I ...
After leaving Adelaide we headed to Port Parham beach free camp. Lovely spot with lots of space and taps so we could connect to water rather than run off our tank water.
Here we had to walk almost 1km before we hit the water as the tide was out. The water was starting to come in which was very strange to see as it didn't come in in waves it just slowly trickled in, thought it would take forever to be high tide ...
... encase anybody is interested, instead of going to Perth, Mum has decided that going along the Nullarbor Plain is going to be too cold for her tastes, so we are now going straight up to Darwin via Alice Springs. So should be fun.
Well, till next time peeps
(All this sun is turning my skin funny colors)
... two good-sized blue swimmers. Cooked them for lunch. Succulent!
2. High tide net scooping. You wad around in the water until you spot one. Then you "herd" the crab into the net and scoop him up. Nobody else was using this method except a few German ...