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... out. We decamped to units in the park-comparative luxury for a few nights. We’ve done very little but relax in preparation for the big trip across the Nullarbor. Went to see the ‘Super Pit’ , an open-cut mine about 4 km. long, 1.6 km. wide and over 500 m. deep. Dozens of massive bright yellow trucks a long, long way down looked like busy little tonka toys. Quite a spectacular sight really.
Cloudy 20 Jeans and jumpers on this morning for both of us for the first time. No more rain today but fairly cool, especially compared to what we have come from. Did a couple more loads of washing then toured the town a bit. Spent a couple of hours in the old North Hannan mine which is a self guided tour through the history of gold mining and was very interesting. Did a bit of shopping and returned to the van for the rest of the day catching up on chores and relaxing in ...
... recommend this place as a whole day visit.
Thursday and the plan was to visit Coolgardie, surely the air con would allow us to do this. Yes indeed the cb and the air con are now working. We did a bit of housework, washing, pickup water, etc etc and headed off.
In Coolgardie at last. This was looking positive. Took Vincent to the Lions Lookout where we dried the washing, had breakfast and a good look around. That is when Allan discovered the flat ...
... vehicles is understood - though still not really appreciated. They must simply be enormous!! It might be a bloke thing - but this kind of scene amazes me I'm not sure why - its just the sheer scale I think. We also visited the most impressive and informative WA Museum in the Kalgoorlie central area after paying a short visit to the Mount Charlotte Reservoir where the precious water transported as planned by the amazing foresight of the famous C.YO'Conner is stored ...
... because it is the weekend. So we went to Hammond Park where there is a great playground and cafe. Spent a lazy couple of hours there with kids playing chess and on the play equipment while we had coffee and scones. Pretty good afternoon really. Once it cooled down we came back to the van and did some reading and then prepared dinner. Rachel and Cameron played around the park. Will be an early night so we can hit the road to Perth early ...
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