Comfort Inn Midas
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... just reached Kalgoorlie and set up camp, the rain came down in buckets. and we were ankle-deep in water. Kalgoorlie has no stormwater drains, and our camp site had particular drainage problems. Our neighbours and one of the staff helped sweep away the water, build levy banks and even make a little dam for the water to flow into. No sooner had the good work been completed than the heavens opened again and we ...
... big holes, big trucks, big gold finds, big money in the betting ring, and big storms. Yup it hit us two nights in a row. We were quite pleased to make it through the night dry and get outa there!!!! Our next adventure is our journey across the nullarbor. See yas on the other ...
... Yesterday they pushed and prodded and that fixed it yesterday. We shall see. Also still no sign of the screw that was dropped on the ground yesterday.
After all of this we decided we might like a walk in the park. Karkurla Park (pronounced gull-gula la) it is 200 hectares of bushland on the northern outskirts of the city. There are many beautiful walks we choose the 5 km walk up to and around the lookout. Lots of wattle out and many other natives. ...
... sides of the mine. Those going up are loaded with ore to be taken for processing to extract the gold inside - these vehicles move slowly under the enormous weight they carry. Those going down have unloaded and move more quickly down the long and slow decline to be reloaded. And the cycle continues day and night. But then one suddenly realises the even tinier - minuscule things moving beside the previously described tiny vehicles are 4WD's and suddenly the sheer size of the ...
... so got really good chance to hear the history from a local. Had a look around the museum after the tour and it was really good. Well worth the donation on entry. We then went to the lolly shop in Boulder where the kids got a small bag of mixed lollies each. I think they're all gone already! Had lunch back at the van and the sun Had finally come out to warm things up a bit. After lunch we tried to visit the Royal Flying Doctor but they ...