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... actually by offering overpriced Services to the few lucky ones . While pretty informative I was still glad when we returned around noon. The open pit is pretty impressive by sheer size and volume where the operation yields about 2 grams of gold for every ton of rocks processed averaging about 3/4 of Million Dollars return for their Owners. In the end it was an worthwhile experience to visit Kargoolie and see the Gold rush in ...
... in WA?. Chatted briefly with an chap working on his experimental RV in an Hangar gave me enough information to find an Local Tavern with great Food and a place to sleep. Instead of Kalgoorlie I cycled to Boulder , closer to the Mining Pit where I like to go tomorrow Typycal small WA Gold mining Town , friendly Locals. I ordered a large cold Gold at the Bar and when I wanted to pay it was already paid for by Graeme which observed me taking my Bicycle upstairs to ...
Monday 23rd June
Mainly spent the day catching up on all house keeping items. Washing, shopping, ATM's & chemist for prescriptions. Had a late lunch & then a quite time for what was left of the day.
Tuesday 24th June
Met up with Heather & Viv. from Tintinhull who are on a 6 month trip around Aust. We had coffee together & had a good look around ...
... the famous 1135 Oz plus nugget on January 15, 1931. He was working on his fathers Larkinville lease when he struck the huge nugget with his pick. In 1931 WA was in the second year of a major worldwide depression and tens,of thousands of West Australians were out of work and had little prospects of a life without sustenance. The finding of the golden eagle boosted a gold rush to Larkinville near Widgiemooltha and made many people believe there was hope. It's been ...
... around the ruins and even found some specimens for his balcony. We had our own superpit tour.
One of our last stops was Lake Ballard near Menzies. It is a salt lake with 51 sculptures scattered over its surface. Due to recent rains it was pretty muddy and not good for the mountain bike. We had an amazing sunrise which i even managed to get up for. The town of Sandstone was our final stop where we felt obliged to purchase a sausage in bread from Lady Di.
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