Comfort Inn Augusta Westside
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... van to keep it from swinging open because of the broken hinges. We drove to the petrol station to fill up and while Stephen put petrol in the car Narelle went to IGA to get some bread and milk. Narelle found that IGA was also a hardware store so called Stephen who came down to see if they sold caravan door hinges, unfortunately they did not. We were told to go to Dusty's as they would likely be able to help so we drove to where we were told this ...
... we certainly will have to explore them one day!
We arrive in Port Augusta and what a pretty town . The town is the southern most point where East South and West ( SA ) meets, a service town I guess. We have a look around and do a shop, refuel etc and decide to move on as we have become so accustom to free camping and hold out hope that we will find a suitable spot to pull over for the night.
As we drive east of Port Augusta ...
... lush in comparison.
At the eastern end of the Nullarbor we stopped at a small town called Penong. This is the first stop on the Nullarbor that is an actual town, not just a roadhouse. As we approached the town, even the paving of the road changed, as if they were rolling out the red carpet for us. On our previous trip we had stopped at the pub in Penong and had a steak dinner. These steaks were wonderful, and had gone down in the Youssef ...
Mind you, when you think about it there are a lot of groupings of three. There are The Three Muskateers, The Three Stooges. I think over the next three weeks we will be a variety of names.
Bypassed Adelaide and went up thru Mannum which started us reminiscing about the Unforgettable Houseboat both in name and adventure.
Saw the tree at Springton where the Herbig family of 2 parents and 3 of their ...
... again! Seems the rain has rinsed a lot of the red dust off... A little less for the car detailer to do once we return... (And no - that will NOT be me!) Couple of brief toilet/stretch our legs stops. Gran's 'corny jokes' are keeping us all entertained! Have shared a few with the other Victorians - the girls seem to enjoy them more than Matt! Saw quite a bit of road-kill today - mostly Kangaroos but also a few cows. Also saw some LIVE wild ...