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Well, it is getting to the fag end to the trip, and we left Tibooburra with a view to push on past Broken Hill to Mildura if possible.
The drive down - with a short detour via Malparinka and Pack Saddle was not memorable - it is a pretty boring stretch of gravel and bitumen Highway.
The miners memorial was closed (!!) at Broken …
... see in every direction. The Murray river meanders near to the road and it seems Australian wine production depends on the health of this river. We have a little surprise as the road abruptly finds the river and we get a little ferry ride thrown in at Calder. Burra is our destination on the edge of the Adelaide Hills, it is a small settlement known for Cornish settlers who came here to ...
... and we are travelling vast distances quickly to get to the foot of the Stuart highway. It's 4hrs to Burra, then Quorn, then Woomera and then Coober Pedy. By next week we will be well on the way to Ulhuru. I don't know if we are going too quickly or too slowly it seems like we have done a quarter edge of the country in a quarter of the year, so with any luck we're on ...
... My own first visit to Mildura, in 2007, was much later than Anne’s. I flew up with my friends Peter Cheers and David Dix. I have mentioned this riveting pair in earlier blogs, but over the years we have travelled many times together visiting places a bit out of the ordinary. David, as I have also previously mentioned, is my second cousin. When we made this startling discovery a few years back I crossed him off my friends list and inserted him on ...
It was a beautiful South Australian morning with the sun streaming down onto us in our swag... well it was beautiful, but a face full of sun first thing in the morning is a little unpleasant. Oh well, that's the price you pay for sleeping in. Anyway, up we hopped and with the angst running high last night at the potential of running out of fuel, Pete was relieved that the car had just enough juice to make ...