We had a bit of a lie in this morning as we only had 223km to travel to Kununurra. The first 100km went well but we were crossing the plains and it was a bit boring. We hit the hills and pulled up in a nice rest stop for a break but we were really tired.
|Last rest stop in the Northern Territory|
|Made it to the border|
|An engineer and his tent, the geologist didn't do much better|
|RMG monthly meeting|
|Bryson getting ready for the racing cup|
|Pete trying to come up with an excuse for the missus|
Day 15 Kununurra
So as you can imagine this morning has been a bit slow. We headed into to town for bacon and eggs and to do a bit shopping. We still haven't heard from the two boys yet. We were going to go out and watch the Kununurra Cup but Rod's currently asleep by the pool and I'm not far off.
Tomorrow we head out to El Questro to check out the gorges and camp for the night. After that we are supposed to tackle the Gibb but we are reserving judgement until tomorrow. Apart from being really tired my right side is still crook. I rode the Buchannan ok but I was in a bit of pain by the end of the road and the Gibb will be worse. We've also heard there may not be fuel half way down the track so we have to check that out as well. Sounds like a lot of excuses I know but I suppose we're coming to the final stage of the trip and we just want it to go off without a hitch. At the moment we're still doing the track but if not, we're hitting the bitumen and riding the long way around. We'll keep you posted.