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... another 30km to Port Germein. Port Germein was not on our radar at all, but once we got there we were so happy with the sleepy seaside "village" that holds the title of the longest jetty in Australia (and, it says "possibly" the southern hemisphere). So what to do but park up for the night and go for a walk ?
The jetty walk itself is ...
... decided to run out at 4am this morning - BEEP -BEEP - BEEP.
There are some long straight stretches of road again this morning but some nice scenery with mountains in the distance.
We found the Home Hardware store and asked to have the bottle refilled and were told in a VERY RUDE manner that they didn't do them and to find somewhere else.
GOODBYE PORT AUGUSTA!!!!! we will take our dollars elsewhere.
We called into ...
... Indian Pacific' or 'The Ghan' Sunday 12th April and we we away from Lake Hart before 8am. 80 kms up the highway we reached Glendambo for fuel and a toilet stop. The weather was fine with a covering of high cloud but a very pleasant temperature. A little while up the road we changed drivers and Mary drove to our morning tea stop at Ingomar rest area about 90kms south of Coober Pedy. We arrived in Coober Pedy at about 12.30 and after fuel and dump ...
... heading home from here, stopping off for a lunch stop at a 'Free Camp' about 20km east of Kyancutta. This is a little different to most free camps and was an old homestead which has been left as it was. Liked the old Ford Mainline ute in the shed!
Stopped at Kimba and found the statue to Eyre & Wylie which is on a nearby hill and lookout. From there we took a dirt road east towards Whyalla stopping of at Eyre's, Refuge Rocks, now more commonly ...
Sorry for the lack of pics, but I'll update with new pics when I can get them off the laptop. I had no particular reason to visit whyalla, other than it fell into the area where we would need a rest on our travels. Upon looking into the area, I found they had a nice waterfront caravan park, along with a maritime museum complete with an actual former navy ship. On our way from Adelaide we stopped off at port pirie ...