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... up at the Open Air Museum but couldn't get as close as we'd hoped to show the boys the enormity of these vehicles. They looked tiny from the lookout but they are HugE close up!
After lunch we began the Nullabor Golf Course which is the longest golf course in ...
... br> To be continued....
We begonnen in de ochtend met de voorbereiding voor onze tocht over de Nullarbor plains. Alles is opgevuld zodat we een aantal dagen kunnen surviven zonder boodschappen te doen.
Het weer was hot and sticky....dus besloten we om naar de stad te lopen voor een koud biertje. We deden een kleine pub route en de pubs zijn nog steeds origineel zoals ze gebouwd waren in ...
... to finally be doing it now.
Thanks to our hyper-preparedness, we got to the station super early and I had an hour and a half after check-in to sit on the platform, tapping my toes in anticipation while we waited for the staff to show up. The time passed quickly as we watched the preparation process of the GSR crews. They moved the train from the far track to the inside track on the platform, hooked up the engine and loaded cars on the carriers (something we ...
... Bond was the one back in the 1970's started buying up all the small leases with the idea to have one big mine. He didn't end up going through with the project and sold it to the current mine operators KCMG. They are an Australian owned company. The mine is set on what they call the Golden Mile. You can see all through the mine, shafts where mining took place way back. Unreal how they went so deep digging by hand. The mine still has an underground section. Did a ...
... After the tour, we met up with Ían and set off on the road again down towards a free camp at 10 Mile Rock. Stopped for a quick lunch at Kambalda. This was a gold mining town established in 1897 and deserted by 1908. It has become alive again due to the nickel boom. Very small but proud township. Extremely hot day today and couldn't wait for the sun to drop so the temperature could go with it! A wonderful ...