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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 …
... 1847 by the brothers Hugh and Bushby Jamieson. The property was named Yerre Yerre and was later changed to Mildura in 1858. We visited the old Mildura homestead which was originally built in1847. It was reconstructed in 1970's to the existing site. Irrigation from the Murray River began after consultation with George and William Chaffey. The brothers came from Ontario Canada in the late 1880's. And they settled ...
It seems that people around here like a later start to their Sunday's and set off for a 10.30am service at one of the local churches. A small church but yet again made very welcome and enjoyed a good service, sermon on 'endurance'. A quick look at the 'hot rods' again as we drove passed their Sunday Meeting place, a trip into town to visit the local market and seeing rain clouds rolling in go back to the Caravans for lunch and to get in the washing. ...
... for 45 mins, but all in good faith, the engines finally started with their own batteries not the shore power, then we had to wait for take off clearance another 10 mins, but no worries, finally took off 1hour15 mins late, and after the comedy of errors and lots of apologies from the crew we had a good flight back to our home port of Mildura. Today on arriving home to our lovely city of Mildura at 1030, on Fathers Day, and a superb Spring day, we were met by Adam, Bec, ...
... sit around the fire until the weather just get too cold to be outside, only to discover that it's almost as cold inside the van as it outside. We jump into bed but can't go to sleep because we're freezing cold and there are trucks zooming past all night. We decide when we get up the morning that we're going to have to find. a solution to the cold issue, but that's another ...