There was one down side at this location, I killed a kangaroo. The poor thing just jumped straight out into the car and I didn't he it until it was too late. I felt very sad. A couple of interesting Karumba facts are that it was a base for the famous Empire Flying Boats on their trek from Australia and England. Also the skies in this area are always filled Whistling Kites and the magnificent Wedge Tailed Eagle, which are the largest in the world with a wingspan of 2.5 metres.
|There certainly were some beautiful sunsets in Karumba|
|It was amazing how the rocks along the beach were made up of millions of seashells|
Our stop for the night was at Burke and Wills Roadhouse. Unfortunately on our days drive we had another rock hit the windscreen. So now we had a star chunk and a long crack in the windscreen.
Burke and Wills roadhouse was pretty basic, but it was only for the night.
|Out in the middle of nowhere and we come across this guy riding a pushbike|
|What a view from our front door|
|This is certainly the smallest General Store I've ever seen|
|Lawn Hill Gorge|
|Mother Nature allows trees to grow anywhere|