Kununurra

Saturday 27 July

We arrived in Kununurra yesterday afternoon after decamping tents in the National Park and then back to the road junction to pack up the vans for the trek up the bitumen through scenery that included massive orange ranges and baobab trees. You have no idea what it felt like to see a large body of water after so long.

Today is a rest day (cough). As the upright fridge in the trailer died, we need more fridge capacity for a) food on the Gibb River Road or b) beer on the Gibb River Road, depending on who you ask.

The rest day has included washing clothes, repacking the van and car, purchasing a supplementary car fridge for the food/beer, replacing a mat in the van that scored a big olive oil hit, shopping for food (the beer and wine was purchased last night), and buying additional hot weather clothing for Himself.

Kununurra - Google Map

Before breakfast, I wandered down to show you the view that we have from our site on Lily Creek Lagoon in this large service town for the district.  Before you look at them, know that we are heading off again tomorrow in search of more dirt, rocks and corrugations as we have become so fond of them. Know also, dear ones, that I will be bringing you up to date wherever and whenever Telstra has seen fit to provide coverage.

Morning on Lake ArgyleLake Argyle morning birds 4Morning panorama - Lake ArgyleLake Argyle morning birds 1Lake Argyle morning birds 3Lake Argyle morning birds 2

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