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Author Archives: brettpollock
Had a great camp; probably in need of a shower. Stores now nil so we will head for Perth but may camp at a caravan park if needed. The country is woodlands with rolling hills in pastoral country, can see … Continue reading
Awoke to the full moon still up and a slight easterly breeze. Due to the lack of stores, breakfast was coffee and Barrie Guest’s Fig jam and toast, a real treat we had been saving for emergencies. Packed Glad after … Continue reading
Awoke to a beautiful day on top of the cliffs on the Australian Bight. Packed up camp and headed to the WA border. We are now home ?? Got TELSTRA contact and got word from the main mob that they … Continue reading
Sorr about the delay but there is little Telstra coverage on the Nullabor Plains. We packed up camp south of Ceduna[which had only one mozzie and headed for Ceduna for fuel and a coffee. Now Easter Saturday, shopped for our … Continue reading
We all left our luxury accommodation for the Wyalla /Ceduna corner, 30kms, after a great sunrise over Spencer’s Gulf. The main group, Colin, Bob & Bob, Ant and Frank headed south to Port Lincoln to fish and see the Eyre Peninsular. … Continue reading
Bob at Mannahill camp. Awoke to a clear sky and no mozzies. Packed up camp and headed off to Peterborough with a fuel stop at Yunta [good coffee] for morning smoko at the Old Cinema cafe; a great place for … Continue reading
Day 4 started with mozzies so thick on the net above that one could not see the sun rising, and Colin gone. Carried away? So we had breakfast and packed the camp up to head west to Willcannia. Country is … Continue reading
We awoke to another beautiful day; no wind and clear sky. Left Warren, a very nice camp with noisy galahs. It’s a great little town surrounded by irrigated very flat cotton country. Headed for Nyngan bakery and a coffee. Another … Continue reading
Left Moree for Warren at 7.30 for Narrabri on open flat cotton country; all cars going well, very flat with the New England ranges to the east. A great day; sunny autumn weather, stopping hourly or at local bakery, then … Continue reading