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Day 8- Kings Canyon Early morning rising at the bush camp with attention focused on “Merv”. The possibility of a faulty ignition switch/circuit was considered and Pete Eardley rewired the circuit to bypass the switch. Hopefully some improvement would be … Continue reading
Day 7 Yulara to Kings Canyon The morning spent touring and resupply. Some time spent to retune “Merv” We are all still scratching our heads as to why the car is performing poorly. All to meet at the roadhouse at … Continue reading
Day 6 Docker River to Yulara Broke camp about 8am and headed towards the Olgas’ and the bitumen some 200 km away. Road conditions OK as the grader had just passed. An uneventful day with a brief stop on the … Continue reading
Day 5 Warburton to Docker River After an early rising, broke camp and continued towards the Northern Territory border . Uneventful morning with the usual stops for a cuppa and change of drivers. After lunch” Glad’s” two blade metal fan … Continue reading
Day 4 Tjukayirla to Warburton. Great night at the roadhouse, hot showers friendly manager and a TV room to watch the seasons end for the Dockers. 8-30 start towards Warburton and all cars are running well. Uneventful drive to Warburton … Continue reading
Day 3 Laverton To Tjukayirla The adventure continues. Not such an early start this morning and the opportunity taken to reprovision at the local IGA and refuel. The group assembled 9-30am at the turnoff to the start of the Great … Continue reading
DAY 2 – Karalee Rocks to Laverton. All were awaken this morning at 4-45am to a rousing rendition by Brett of “Oh What A Beautiful Morning” Needless to say the rest of the camps occupants were also impressed. After breakfast … Continue reading
Great first day. All arrived safely at Karalee Rocks. Travelled 430 km (270 miles). All cars running well. Arrived 4pm. Toured dam and aqueduct. Now sitting around camp fire enjoying fine fellowship.