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... br> One thing we have noticed about this town is that there seems to be a pub on almost every corner. I’m not sure I’ve ever seen so many per capita! So, it seemed fitting to go out for a ‘countery’ before we head into the abiss that is the Nullarbor tomorrow.
Our day was filled with so ,many facts and figures that I thought it might be interesting to get each of ...
... and had a glass floor so you can see down it - Tahli thought it was so cool! We then had a Beautiful dinner there (garlic prawns, beef and Guinness pie, fish and chips and chicken Parma wee all amazing!) amongst the loud, rough local miners and identities. We returned to the van and collected our washing off the (still warm) clothes line and fell into bed around 10.30pm, but it was very hot for sleeping..... A long but very interesting ...
... br> Drove back to the RV late for the evening routine in fast forward.
Tommrow we begin with 2 holes of golf here in Norseman and then we begin the long journey across the Nullabor. There are another 13 golf holes to do along the way so we will not bore you with photos of them all as we work our way across. Doubt we will have internet so we will see you in 3 days.
... After the tour, we met up with Ían and set off on the road again down towards a free camp at 10 Mile Rock. Stopped for a quick lunch at Kambalda. This was a gold mining town established in 1897 and deserted by 1908. It has become alive again due to the nickel boom. Very small but proud township. Extremely hot day today and couldn't wait for the sun to drop so the temperature could go with it! A wonderful ...
... There are streets, hotels, gardens named in his honour We spend about an hour and a half wandering between the displays here and learn quite a bit about the goldrush history. After such a busy morning it's time for a lunch break, so we find a nice quiet cafe for a rest and some nourishment. With lunch done, we make our way to the WA Museum Kalgoorlie Boulder. The displays here of historical memorabilia regale amazing tales from early I pioneers of the city and war heroes. ...