32/52: Outback Roadhouse

“A portrait of my children, once a week, every week, in 2013.”

Juju: Rock collecting beside the Sturt Desert Peas
Mowgli and Coco: Lego buddies 

As we cruised along the Stuart Highway through the centre of Australia, outback roadhouses were our oases of food, fuel and accommodation.

The distances between them are several hundred kilometres. Suffice it to say, the kids were in bliss at every stop.

There wasn’t much more than dirt to play with here in Glendambo, though we did find a patch of Desert Peas on a walk around the two-street town.

Catching up on the 52 Project

5 Comments Add yours

  1. Chris M. says:

    sounds so hide away from busy world .. just spent the whole morning applying for china visa .. no comment .. just do enjoy your trip .. stress can wait 🙂

    1. I understand Chris – I’ve applied for one of those before!

  2. Jen says:

    If you’re aiming for Darwin, there’s an item waiting for you, Sonia, at Poste Restante GPO Darwin, 48 Cavenagh Street, Darwin, until 20 September (tomorrow week), then it will be sent back to West Footscray!

    Love all of you,

    Jen 🙂 xox <

    PS Think the stuffed camels were a bargain, whatever you paid!!! 🙂

    1. Thanks so much Jen!
      I’ll give you a call tomorrow x

      1. Jen says:

        Love (you all) always

        Jen 🙂 xox <

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