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Just as an average. And even tho the temptation is to drive at 120+, if you hit anything, even a rock in the road you're toast! A friend of mine hired a motorbike to drive around Australia and did the same, went as fast as he could, hit a bump, completely destroyed the motorbike and nearly tore his shoulder off. And this was in the middle of the desert!
Sometimes the grass will appear greener on the other side because it has been fertilised by bull****
Julie - Good luck with the trip, I know that if anyone's prepared for such a trip with a child and dogs then you are. You're very experienced in this so I'm sure you'll be fine. Let us know how you got on when you get home. Have you still got your cat?
Have you still got your cat?
Yes, getting bigger by the day and won't leave the dogs alone! It really is a mad house when they all start playing.
Just back from Mount Gambier where Andrew informed us it would be hours before we would be home so could he get his pens and paper so he could draw.. He coloured, drew and ate all the fruit and arrived home one happy little chappy.
Hope it is a sign of the behaviour we can expect on the imminent trip to Perth......;)
Just completed the drive over - Little fellow was brilliant would never have known he was stuck in the car for 12hrs, 6hrs, 10hrs and 12hr days. As far as scenery goes the landscape changes continually and was completly different from what we expected and very green. The wildlife was surprisingly scarce and there was very little roadkill. Until about 200kms out of Perth we were overtaken by about 3 vehicles!
An experience I would recommend (that's before we start the return journey!)