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... lived for 5 years. Don't know how lucky we have it in this modern day and age.
Had lunch in a quaint little cafe in Auburn. Our food arrives, Michelle gets the salt grinder but momentarily forgets it is battery operated and twists it. Consequently the bottom section detaches but Michelle quickly reattached and it works well. Chris the picks it up and pushes the button on top but "splat" the bottom half of the grinder ...
... 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 ...
... wheel drive) so they couldn't cross it, so they crossed the bridge when they were half way across the bridge a train was coming at the same time, so the driver jumped off and the train smashed through the car. The driver survived but the car got hit. Then we drove to Oodnadatta and had a Oodnaburger in the Pink Roadhouse which is a camel burger. On the way Mikhail's car stopped working so we tried to fixed it, it took a really long time but it ...
... onwards to fill up the park and hopefully bring some other kids to push with. Our first need for tools, was thankfully not for us, but a fellow traveller with a loose tow ball! Today, we visited the P.Augusta tourist centre and stocked up on brochures and maps, went for a fish off the jetty. It was really cold! But, bonus of bonus's ...
Our drive south
west on Tuesday, 1st July from Rawnsley Park to Port Augusta was a
leisurely 142km and took us through the seemingly very friendly town of Quorn –
everyone waved at you, including the local constabulary (well he didn’t stop us
for anything, so we assume he was giving a friendly hello too!).
We had planned
on free camping whilst at ...
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