A Yarn around the Camp Fire

Silverton Pub

Nothing speaks Australian Pubs like this beauty at Silverton, and yep, had a couple!

Photo: Baz The Landy

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3 thoughts on “A Yarn around the Camp Fire

  1. The Guat July 31, 2015 / 11:13 am

    What a great shot, glad you’re at Ayers Rock now that was my favorite place when I visited, felt at peace out there.

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  2. Gwyn Morgan July 27, 2015 / 9:26 pm

    Barry

    Great to hear from you.

    We left about two weeks ago and are now in Wilpena Pound – Flinders Ranges National Park – leaving tomorrow (28th) for Leigh Creek – probably two nights there then William Creek, Coober Pedy and after that Uluru/Kings Canyon. My guess is we will be in Uluru the first week of August.

    Keep in touch – this is my personal email. Do you have UHF and if so what channel do you leave on?

    The KK is working well although I think we are “under-kitted.” We have seen two rigs that have impressed – a huge Winebago that expanded sideways with a Prado in the trailer and a Unimog 4WD bus with a RAV4 in tow. The Unimog I like but having driven them when I was in the Army Reserve years ago, the centre of gravity is too high for my liking. The Winebago – that was another story.

    We are having a ball — this beats working by a long stretch (other than perhaps the chilly mornings).

    Gwyn

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    • Baz - The Landy July 29, 2015 / 8:50 pm

      Great to hear all going well Gwyn, I’m in Ayers Rock and heading along the Great Central Road towards the Gibson Desert in a few days!

      Cheers, Baz

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