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... oh I was so scared I didn't open my eyes for ages. However, I managed to slowly get used to the idea of being up there and the views were terrific; before long we were back on the ground again and soon after a big front came through. Phew that was close! I felt pretty happy for the rest of the day that I had conquered light plane flying, well a little bit ...
Sunday, 27th July
Dingo, Emu – and a white owl thrown in for good measure – damn! the camera is
A lot of
pastoral stations are unfenced and cattle just roam freely. Signs warn you of their presence but perhaps
there should be signs warning the cattle of cars, caravans and road trains
because we saw quite a few carcasses just off the ...
Drove through the picturesque town of Mannum and over the ferry, still a beautiful quaint town reminding me of Healesville, Victoria and its quaintness. Of course Karen and I started laughing about our escapade with Unforgettable Houseboats and the now famous tree limbs and overflowing spa bath - never again for this person on a house boat I tell you.
I had a lovely time remembering the road trip that ...
Weather- sunny and little winds in the morning and cold and still at night. We woke up and had breakfast and packed up. Then we said goodbye to Mikhail and Alexandra because they couldn't get their car to start so they had to wait for Dave from Mt Dare to pick them up. Then we drove through some sand dunes and did this challenge we found which at the top ...
... We had the quandong compote again because it's so delicious, and Mum had the green melon with bush raisins which was a bit too bitter I think. Mum had eggs florentine, Paul had the full scrambled egg breakfast and I had something different - freshly baked corn cake with smoked salmon and creme fraiche and it was the best breakfast I've had for ages. As usual there was plenty of toast and spreads, as well as tea and coffee and juices. ...
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