Wednesday, August 3, 2011

The end of Connie Sue--Rawlinna

Wednesday August 3rd

It took us 2 hours to come out of the Plumridge Lakes Nature Reserve and back onto the Connie Sue Highway. Again the flowers and trees were in bloom with many flowers of the Sturt's Desert Pea flowing onto the track. We have now travelled the full length of the Connie Sue Highway..approx, 650 km. We did not see another person on the track so we have been 5 day without talking to other travellers. The southern end of the Connie Sue has been rather rough with large limestone rocks to avoid.

Southern end of Connie Sue Highway
Tonight we are at Rawlinna which is on the Trans-continental railway line...we hope to see a train!! It is cold and windy so we have been able to camp at the Nullabor Muster grounds with both rigs in a huge shed..

1 comment:

  1. Hi June,
    Great blogging and wonderful photos.
    Not seeing another person for 650 kms sounds pretty good to me!
    It's 18 degrees & sunny in Sydney today (typical for August).
    Tom is lying on your quilt, talking away. He's almost five months now. Changes every day.
    We had a good couple of weeks at Greta with Alexander joining us for a weekend.
    Regards to John & the Dinnings.
    Love Cath