We crossed the Nulabour back in the 90s myself ,hubby ,my young son brother his wife and kids and not to forget me mum we left from Perth
destination Adelaide in two cars with two trailors.
We came across some sights had breakfast in the Nulabour with a barbecue basting fried eggs and bacon and hot coffee.We showered at pit stops ,And sat my son on his potty.Not to forget the dead kangaroo we run over accidently the dingo who greeted us in the middle of the road and the chats with the truckies on our two ways.
We stopped at one place and seen a car wreckers in the town where car wrecks lay every where when we placed a foot on the ground.
Then when we stopped to visit the loo we all scampered to find a bush there was no place to hide waving our butts naked that was a sight because out in the Nulabour there is not much folaige to hide.But it took us a couple of days to reach Adelaide and it was worth the trip.
Posted By Pauline on Saturday 4th June 2005 @ 15:03:00
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