Ibis Styles Mt Isa Verona
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A footnote for our last post: I had my cast removed on Wednesday only to have a new one put on again on Friday as the X-ray showed the bone had only healed half way through. I was pretty devastated and think it is due to me possibly re-braking it in Hedland the day after I got the first cast on. So at this stage another two weeks of feeling useless :( We were up early and packed the last few things into the car, had breakfast with ...
... Julia Creek and Cloncurry where we start to climb the mountain passes of the Mount Godkin Range. We have now joined the Barkly Highway that is dotted with warnings for roaming cows and confirmed by many dead animals on the side of the road. This combined with road trains and possible kangaroos requires all my concentration for the short 350km and I am relieved when we reach Mount Isa and find our way to the Sunset Top Tourist Park. A very dusty park, that is ...
... of the area, history of the mine and an excellent display of the Fossils found at the Riversleigh Fossil Fields. This field is only one of two in Australia where the geology has preserved fossils of animals that roamed Australia over our history. This field has preserved fossils that are 25 million years old – yes 25 million years! It gets weirder, Fossils of primitive shellfish have been found that date back to 530 million years ago, this is before ...
... the battery power in the caravan - a blown fuse again. This is a problem when we need to free camp. We lost our sound in the car. Without music it becomes an even longer trip. We had to stop for a very long train. Luckily we only had to wait for the end of it to pass. We turned left off the Landsborough onto the Barkly Highway toward Cloncurry. We stop in Cloncurry (340km) at 12.45pm briefly for helen ...
... the Corella River. Then stop at a memorial to the two tribes of Aborigines who were just about wiped out by early settlement. Stop again at a rest area which has a most interesting map for a drive around the old mining areas which looks really interesting, might try to see if we can get back to do it. The countryside has changed completely as we now drive through rugged hills all the way into Mt Isa, ...