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Published: October 20th 2016
A budding golf pro? I hope so.
Another lazy start saw us heading East once again, this time roughly towards Broken Hill, our last major town stop before home.
First stop for the day was the info centre in Port Augusta where we happened to have the good timing to catch up with family friends Sue and Barry. We had brunch and a chat, plus contributed heavily to the tourist shop yearly turnover targets.
From there we had only 140km odd to reach our stop at Peterborough. We wanted some internet coverage for me to do some work stuff and Nathan to do his school project so we hit up the caravan park. It was quite the cool park, with a nine hole mini golf course that we enjoyed a few games of. Sheep stations and family bonds were broken for eternity, or at least until the evening where Uno upset the apple cart once more.
In the morning,on the way out of town (via the cafe) we checked out the SA Newsagency of the year for 2015. It had everything you could dream of! Hardware, software, electronics, toys, etc. Really cool.
From there, Broken Hill beckoned.
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