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Jul 4, 2016 - DAY76

Day 76 Passed through Burra, Hallett, Jamestown, Alpha and into Boolaroo Center. The road out to Melrose wasn’t marked clearly so He who knows everything and is always right decided which road to take. 5km out of town she who knows nothing and is always wrong said stop and punch the Melrose the town into to GPS as on the map she was following showed that we should be heading North West on a bitumen road but we were heading South West on dirt. After some glaring and muttering this was done. We saw some great farming country and hit the...

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RUSSANDY 2016

Sep 8, 2013 - Day 4 Part 1

Well, what a wonderful sunrise we woke to - that is after being amazed by the clap of thunder in the middle of the night and the rise of wind! Stu is still suffering with Simon's cold, but is getting better. Now, me, I'm not so sure. Gotta feeling I'm coming down with it. Everything's so green at the moment, the wheat is growing and the canola is sprouting yellow. We'll see what it's like next week, but I think it will still be green. Saw our first kangaroo on the road this morning. We came around a bend on a hill and there he was sitting...

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JandsAdelaide2013

Jul 15, 2013 - Kimba

We arrived late in the afternoon at Kimba Caravan Park a Top Tourist Park. Its first in first serve as far a spot is concerned. Very wet grounds. We paid $27 after discount. It is a park we would not recommend to anyone. From what the Camps 7 book and brochures of the Top Tourist Park about first class amenities and a great place to stay it was anything but. We needed the power as the weather went down to 2d overnight. Ice was on all the vehicle windows the nest morning. brrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr.

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Travelling Gypsies

Oct 14, 2012 - Caiguna to Kimba

13th Saturday, Exactly a week since we should have left with the Gnomes to head east we arrived at Eucla for lunch. It’s with fond memories we remember WA, the CUBS around Esperance are an interesting group. CUB’s? Yep the receptionist (ex Canberran) at the van park told me all about them a CUB is an acronym for Cashed Up Bogan the come to Esperance with their toys paid for with their generous miners salaries for R&R and it is claimed there is money to be made by the women of Esperance when single CUB’s come to town… We met a few of the...

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