Outback Crawl 24th February 2014

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Shot Notes

Our Broken Hill Tour has started to resemble an outback pub crawl, mainly due to the offers of free camping and the type of thirst which can only be achieved from driving hundreds of miles on dirt roads.(using the word road in it’s loosest possible terms).

The locals are always friendly and welcoming. This may be due to the fact our arrival often increases the local population by a third.

This is Leo who we met at one such pub. He is polishing opals. Opal mining is the reason many of these tiny communities exist.


Our van has continued to supply a series of minor engineering challenges. However as it was one of the last fully mechanical vehicles, nothing has yet has been beyond a simple roadside fix.

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