Day 3 - Caiguna Roadhouse to Border Village Caravan Park (329Kms)
So have I mentioned the wind?
From this point on, you can assume that there was strong winds for a long period of our trip. I will mention it a few more times for various reasons to emphasise parts of the story, but you get the idea!
Today was the push to Border Village and into South Australia (SA). On the way we stopped at the Mundrabilla for fuel. Yep that damn wind was a headwind and I had enough fuel to get to Border village, if there was no wind! Should've filled up before we left as Caiguna was the cheapest servo on this stretch of road. Mundrabilla was the second cheapest.
Just before we headed up the escarpement to Eucla, we had a wee brake for Joel.
It was then onto Eucla for more fuel (due to price) and lunch. The views from the escarpment were great.
After a walk around the escarpment we went down to the old telegraph station, where we set up for lunch and then had an explore.
It was then the short Journey to the Border and Border Village, where we stayed in one of their cabins.
My name is Mark McIntosh, but everyone calls me Macr.