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Today Limtech and Delcom awoke to sunshine and it augurs well for all.
So they are off to visit Ross River, some 85 kms north east of Alice Springs.
They packed a sandwich lunch and Max is revved up to go.
Their first stop is at Emily Gap.
The rock formation was exquisite there in the East MacDonnell …
Limtech and Delcom woke up to another rainy day.
They were waiting to be moved to a new a site in the caravan park.
However, it was past midday and they have not yet been moved.
This delay has somewhat hampered their movements for the day in relation to sight seeing.
In the meantime they made friends with Trevor and …
... to fly unsupervised. I at least get a punishment for being so stupid. My new seat is now next to a 20 stone guy who is less than gracious about having to stand up to let me in and whose bulk cascades over from his seat to take up about half of my space for the whole flight. Its a two hour flight but the time goes forward an hour again so we arrive just after 1.00 pm Adelaide time. Its18 degrees and cloudy. A bit of a shock after Alice Springs. We take a taxi to the ...
... where we had a an informative talk (the real time map of the 63 planes in service was fascinating), a historical video and a look round the museum which is housed in the original Flying Doctor HQ. The pedal radio was invented specially for people to call the Flying Doctor. It was well done, interesting and the money goes to support the service. M got post-admission guilt and put the balance in the donations ...
... water hole for swimming and is a refuge for some animals and bats. After setting up we drive the couple of kilometres to the start of the gorge, it is a hard 2km walk into the chasm and swimming from here. Carrying our flippers and noodles as they say this water is really cold and a floatation device is advised because of hypothermia.
We were very hot after the walk in with the last bit over rocks, so the water did feel very cold ...