Ronnie's Bush House
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... down again, we have a pretty good time to get to the park. We stop along the way to help fellow travellers, with a hired bushcamper, where the lock of their slid-out kitchen has failed, and they now have a kitchen popping out the side of their car as they go. Ductape does miracles again, and soon we and they are on our way into the park again.
Although we made good time getting here from Kununurra, there is not quite enough time of day left to go exploring. I need ...
... Ted Strehlow, the son of Rev Carl Strehlow from Hermannsburg. Quite an amazing story but there are still many who believe the collection should be returned to their traditional owners. A contentious issue without any clear answer. Central Craft had a great range of items for sale (tempted, but no purchase ....yet) and finally we went to the Aviation Museum. Interesting, but the least so of the various parts of this precinct. But once again a really good ...
... was a story written by an past prisoner who calls the gaol home and says it is safer than being outside.
By stark contrast the men's cell block is a cold and very unpleasant building. There is No insulation and the cells were freezing. It really puts you off the idea of getting on the wrong side of the law. This place paints a picture of punishment for bad deeds and a hard life behind bars.
We then went into what used to be the kitchen and dining room which now houses ...
... than travellers and to hear stories of where they have been and what they have done was amazing! We had lots of laughs around the campfire, and lots of laughs while travelling in convoy!
We started in Uluru (Ayers Rock) and drove the Gunbarrel Highway, then the abandoned old Gunbarrel Highway. It took 6 days of hard four wheel driving on the Gunbarrel and old Gunbarrel to even get to the beginning of the Canning Stock Route. We then drove ...
... park with three water slides. One slide is pitch black and the second slide is blue and it was so fast.
We went to a crocodile park and saw the crocs getting fed and saw the reptiles.
On the way out of Darwin to Kakadu we did a jumping croc tour on the Adelaide river. We went on a boat and went down the river. The Adelaide river has over 7000 crocs in it in only 1.5 km. Im glad we didn't break down or fall over board. ...