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... Moon Landing program. The Station also included an FPQ-6 precision tracking radar, a STADAN scientific satellite tracking facility, a planet Jupiter monitoring system, and a Solar Particle Alert Network (SPAN) facility. Together these facilities formed the largest station in the NASA network outside mainland USA. Not much is remaining besides an newer type of Communication Antenna used by Telstra the Australian Telecom ...
... as he could see we complied!!!
Still short and T shirt weather, but spinifex and shorts are not a good combination.
We had one night in Exmouth, before going to Cape Range National Park, this time on the beach. The water was a beautiful turquoise colour. Most of the campers here were either fishermen, or there for the reef which extends from Coral bay to Exmouth. Lots of snorkelling, and whale shark tours. We drove down to Yardie Creek and saw an iguana (at least we ...
... co-ops and bought some Spanish mackerel and local prawns. With the fish and prawns in the car fridge we then did a self guided drive around the plantations and stopped and Bumbaks for a treat. Rachel, Narelle and Stephen had a banana split ice-cream and Cameron had a Strawberry Split ice-cream. They were very nice and went down well on a nice warm afternoon. Our lat stop was another plantation to buy some to lemons, avocado ...
... take a long time because of the very expensive materials and labour required. They still run a small train taking tourists out to the end of the jetty. The locomotive is the "Kia Ora" which means coffee pot so that is what is now known as. There is a lot of memorabilia in the museum relating to when the jetty serviced in excess of 100 cargo ships each year. We climbed the water tower lookout to get a great view of the town and surrounding ...
It rained overnight last night and in the middle of the night Stephen realised that the beach towels from yesterday were hanging on the front of the van. Stephen ran out in his pyjamas and collected them and threw them into the shower for the night. One of them was saturated as water had been running off the roof onto it.
We got up early this morning to finish packing up and make sure we got to the second dolphin feeding. Breakfast ...
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