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... covered in flies. So many so I feel like the pigeon lady from Home Alone, only with flies instead of pigeons. I can only assume I'm one tasty piece of meat! We make it to the lookouts & take a few pics before heading back but this time we are walking the full 4km back. The first 1k is in the sun again but after that it's fairly sheltered by trees but I am still covered in flies. We make it back to the visitors centre & prepare our picnic. I have a fly sandwich or at least ...
... displays covering early exploration, the Whyalla shipbuilding history and wartime connections. The Museum is housed in what was the Recreation Hall of the singlemen's quarters for the shipyards. The BHP shipyards operated from 1940-1978 during which time 66 vessels were built, including an oil drilling rig. One very interesting display was the two volume and associated atlas of Matthew Flinders account of his exploration titled A ...
We wandered around admiring the well kept City gardens and we paid a visit to the 'Wadlata Outback Centre', where we entered the 'Tunnel of time'. It's an absolutely fascinating place to find out the history of Aborigines and the Dreaming Story, being transported back in time to the creation of the Flinders Ranges and the Outback, and learning ...
... Nuttbush Retreat" a working sheep property. Louisa and Ewan just loved it & even Amelia thought it was pretty cool. Fantastic place to stop, the sites were clean, great amenities with a pool table and fire. We went to dinner with the other campers and it was typical pub fare, lovely night though. Ewan charmed all, as did Amelia, on the Piano.!!!
Nice and Cold.
72 waves & 12859 km down!!!!
... We got to Port Augusta by 2.30 which was good timing. Paul and I filled up the tank again (thank goodness the price has come down to $1.30 instead of the $1.87 we have paid!!!) and then we joined Ray and Jo at the Campervan Park where we stayed on the way up to Alice. We had no sooner parked than I heard a woman's voice say - Paul? Is that you??? It was our friend ...
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