Ray still hasn't got his test results from the EEG back yet.
His school friend from the U.S. visited and Ray wanted to show him the Outback.
So, I went to do most of the driving.
Its too much for Ray.
Our Nissan Patrol runs on L.P.G. gas and petrol.
One runs out and we switch over to the other one.
Ray always thinks, we will make it to the next Service station, BUT, we ran out~
Always, carry a spare Petrol can.
Droving, Hard work, Giro-copters, Road Trains up to six trailers long and the Flying Doctor.
If you run you hand down the trunk the white comes off on your hands.
This was in the middle of nowhere. It had a sad, lonely petrol bowser sitting beside newer versions.
and 370 kilometres south of Tennant Creek.
Sunday, July 29, 2012
Goin' Outback with Ray and his mate Gus
Labels: Australian Outback Photos.
An Author since 2012 and retired Registered Nurse. I reside in sub-tropical Queensland, Australia, with my American husband Raymond and our three little dogs. Monty (Australian Terrier,) Mille` (Toy Foxy), and Marley (Toy Poodle). Late in 2008 I began to explore and enjoy the realm of creative writing. This is something which has always been an interest yet until now,I haven't found time to indulge. God is the cornerstone of my home and heart. He is my life and my breath, for without Him I am nothing. My desire is to edify His existance in my daily walk through life. To inspire and encourage the broken hearted. And to assist in the knowledge that EVERYTHING has a reason and a purpose under the Heavens. We are reminded through our faith in Jesus that He will, "Turn our Mourning into Dancing and our Sorrow into Joy." Psalms 30:11. Having personally experienced tough times I know, there is truely no gain without pain. South Western Sydney Area Health, Queensland Health, LATE OF ROGERSVILLE, TENESSEE and Amedysis Home Health.