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... safe it's wise to carry extra fuel in jerrycans as a safeguard, just in case that when you arrive at a roadhouse, they could be out of a particular fuel, be it diesel, petrol of autogas with the next delivery expected in 4 days. I'm a petrol guzzler using 15 litres of fuel a hundred kilometres to tow a 1.5 ton caravan. The highest price I paid for fuel was $1.90 a litre..for my South African readers that equates to R18.20c....incidentally to get an idea of how long the ...
... but I will try and get a photo from the web to upload. We also saw gold poured into a mould to make a 6.5kilo ingot. It was all very interesting and informative and well worth the visit. We then went into the town to have a wander round some of the shops. We were looking for a pair of wireless earphones for Uncle Henry, so that he could continue to watch television without any more complaints about the noise from the lady in the next room. Found some at a reasonable price so ...
... Once again we instigated the pie challenge and whilst the offerings were very nice they fell just short of both the current favourite (Cowell) and the present runner up (Miami Bakery). The vanilla slices however were fair better than those at Miami!! That evening we had dinner at Jans' son and daughter in laws house....a delicious Lasagne!!
Tuesday (28 Apr) was a very quite day with us taking a quick trip on the train into Perth city ...
... over the towering gum forests, sculptures, fountains and huge expanses of lawn. A great way to spend an afternoon!
Some sprinkling rain, which eventually turned quite wet, started up (although it was still warm), so our foray to the Night Noodle Market was cut a bit short, although we did nosh on some crispy pork and rice, and we opted to forego the ...
... water to Kalgoolie 600 ( yes 600 ) kilometres away to the north in a very dry area. The idea was thought to be madness, at the time, and doomed to failure. Why would the Aussies want to do this? The answer was for gold. Significant gold deposits were discovered at Kalgoolie and water was needed to bring home the harvest of gold. The scheme worked, and continues to work and the gold was mined and ...
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