Standpipe Golf Motor Inn
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... Boga and spent the night with Jac and Lauren. Tuesday the 20th of January, driving! About an 800km trip all up. We left Lake Boga, had breakfast at Robinvale, travelled through the bottom of NSW until Mildura. Posed for photos at the Vic/SA border. Lunch at Morgan, SA. Groceries at Port Augusta, then onto our first camp. Nuttbush Retreat on Pandurra Station, 40 kms West of Port Augusta. This is a working sheep and cattle station. The ...
... exactly the same time, the wind picked up and the drizzle started. We called it a night and climbed into the camper for what can only be described as a rocky night's sleep due to the howling winds.
The french people must have not only been disappointed that they missed the sunset, but I'm sure their recount of their experience at the campsite would differ greatly from ours as they also had to set up their tent in the wind, rain and ...
... are smaller and closer together. The grass is long but brown. We are told that even though it is only just the beginning of summer, there has recently been little rain and unusually high temperatures. Goodness knows what state the pastures will be in by midsummer, still two months away.
*Quorn used to be a stop on the Adelaide – Darwin railway line. No longer. The train detours and approaches Port Augusta from ...
The trip back to Streaky Bay is uneventful and soon enough we set up camp at the foreshore caravan park. Given the chill of the evening we again take out our awning tent so we can spend the evening warm and cosy inside. And so world animal day ends.
Sunday morning we have a bit of a sleep-in and wake to a balmy clear morning. The forecast for the day is for a staggering 37 degrees and wind developing later in the afternoon and for ...
This morning we visited St Peter & Paul's Catholic Church (underground) in Coober Pedy. It's amazing how they dig these places out of the hills! A quick visit to the Big Winch and then we left town. It is so desolate out here and the call of the opal must be very loud for some people to be able to live in such a harsh ...