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... br> Helen has been driving all day and complaining about the car making some odd noises and rattles and such, which increased during the day. So I decide to drive and find out what she means. Because when we arrived in Ceduna, there was nothing wrong. Now there are very weird noises coming from down under the hood, and it really felt wrong in the steering wheel when turning towards the extreme. Steering was a bit heavier as well, but not much. Anyway, ...
After leaving Cowell, we headed north through Whyalla and on towards Port Augusta. Driving into Port Augusta, it was very tempting to turn left and head off on another lap, but maybe we will have to resist the temptation and continue on towards home. We arrived about 4pm and setup before heading into town to refuell ready for ...
... 13 paying passengers, quite a lucrative business.
We left at 9am and the first stop was Anna Creek station - the largest working cattle station in the world and bigger than Belgium. The country was completely flat - we could see 100 km to the right and 150km to the left, an area bigger than the Nullabour Plains. It is one of the S Kidman empire and now runs Brahman cattle and Santa Gertrudis cattle at one cow per 2 square ...
We woke up in our underground motel room at 7:30 after a pretty good night sleep. It was an interesting experience but not that different to sleeping in a normal motel as we had a room at the front of the motel and it had a window. We ate the continental breakfast that was provided (cereals, toast, jam, vegemite, tea and coffee) but had to wash our dishes which was a bit strange. Then we packed our things and Stephen put some more gaffe tape on the door ...
... we were surrounded by red dirt and nothing and now we are here ! Amazing!!!! )
David is up early the next morning ready for the big walk up the hill. Bill is of course ready too, but princess Maggie is not of course. She does not ever see the point of over exerting herself! So the boys take off and the girls stay home. I watch them slowly disappear over the hill. Her lady ship and I have a smaller walk around the area and take in ...
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