Day 11 Mon 26th March
Ceduna to Kimba - distance 312 km
The sun arrived at last and was not so good for the motors but made us all happy as we proceeded to plan from Ceduna to Kimba.
Ken and Judi Campbell from New Zealand set off at daylight from Ceduna in their 1910 Indian plus side car. The side car has a wicker basket seat and so it has been named the basket case. Why you may ask because for a few days it has been sadly installed in a back up vehicle. Ceduna was the place where they could pull together a complete recovery and then on the road again.
I slept in the Lions Park in my Vietnamese hammock tied firmly between the Handleys trailer and caravan. A million glistening stars above me was my reward. Then at dawn the clouds crept back.
The west is so amazing and this trip there have been few native animals seen other than birds. Also I have seen no cattle and sheep came into view in South Australia.
Judie Stephens OAM - Expedition Director