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... when we need you? Some days she could only drive 100 km as she got tired and needed to sleep and when we saw her she looked as the heat was really affecting her.
Thursday we drove on to Alice Springs. Will stay here a couple of days and then go out to Ularu, the Olgas and Kings Canyon. It is only recently we have realised Ularu is so far away from Alice Springs - it is 300 km off the highway.
... seen one. Once parked up on the beach we see our first and only croc, that at some distance away suddenly surfaces and lazily makes his way across the river to the opposite shore. Too far away from us to be bothered by us, or us be bothered by them.
This trip can also be done as a multiday trip, and the organisation has provided some basic campsites along the way. The first one, we reach just after one o’clock. That is 23k down the river. We have a stop ...
... with when I get back to Britain though. I would likely end up with Repetitive Strain Injury after a week!!
Once again we were one of the last to leave the campsite today. We got up to watch the sunrise over the Marbles. After a lazy breakfast we went for a walkabout around the Marbles. Still, patience has it's virtues. as we were parked up in the campsite on our own, just preparing to leave, a dingo came up to the ...
... The retreat was a wonderful experience which we shared with 4 others. It provided an opportunity for a lot of personal reflection combined with study of gospel passages and prayer. It was also great to catch up with David who I had known from MYF days in the early '70s.
Saturday 30th saw us doing some grocery shopping, packing up, saying farewells and then heading north. We have come to really like the town as well as the wonderful country around it.
... a picturesque swimming hole where some ducks were happily swimming and children were skimming stones. Someone even had a canoe and had paddled to the far side. Further west again through lots of floodways we went to Ormiston Gorge and stunning gums in sandy creek beds just like Namatjira paintings.
Being nearly at the end of the bitumen we headed back stopping at the ochre pits to view where ochre was collected.