Quality Inn Railway Motel
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... A lot of things they can fix over the radio and with the well stocked medicine chest provided by the RFDS. Then we we taken out back to the WW2 hanger holding a Pilatus PC-12 plane. These are custom built for the RFDs and can land and take off in 500 metres. They plane holds a pilot, up to two stretchers, a doc and nurse and a family member, as required it cost about $10,000 a mission. The planes last for about 20,000 flying hours. 10:15 to 11:15 – RFDS Tour - They ...
... wood. After only 2 trips back and forwards we got heaps of wood. After the wood was ready to light we went down to the lake. The lake is a salt lake. Riley and mum walked while dad and I rode our bikes. Riley and mum turned back while dad and I went to the top of a small hill. Up on top it was a good view across the lake and you could just see the camper. After that we came back and had dinner next to the ...
... and a
65L Ironman Icecube in the car.
Breakfast and coffee and we were ready by
The dog by this time had figured out that
she was being abandoned.. Sulked on her bed..
Staring and Murphy arrive at the allotted
07:00 CB comms checked and we were off..
destination Lake Douglas bush camp site, just short of Kalgourlie..
Staring “ we can stop at Bakers hill “ ...
After a long day yesterday (600km) we were in for only a 3 hour drive to Kalgoorlie. We left camp and went back on the highway. Our first stop today was Norseman, 150 km from camp. After leaving Norseman we past a dried up lake called Lake Cowan. We then kept going and got stuck behind 2 over size trucks but over took and came to Kalgoorlie soon after. First we went to ...
... eye! Getting it from this form to the point of being melted and formed into bars for sale is a long, complicated and precise process, which involves both brute force (crushing the rock) and complex chemical reactions (removing the sulphur).
On our tour, we only got out of the bus twice, to view the pit from the lookouts at either end. It was kind of funny when a couple of the big trucks ...