Bruce Rock to Quairading 77km_6 May

Another straight road heading west to Quairading a steady incline coupled with a headwind makes it a tough day. A short stop at Shackleton which a famous for having the worlds smallest bank … other than that it is just a stopover. A phone call yesterday confirmed ‘we don’t have food’ not to mention their coffee was cheap for a reason. Back facing the wind and onward to Quairading. It was nice to see another sculpture of Jordan Sprigg.

The camping ground had nice grass and camp kitchen. Rain forecast tonight, I make a special effort with my tent.

As per forecast a deluge of rain for about 45 minutes along with thunder and lightning … a test for our tents.

As with a lot of country towns, they are stretched with a large group. The pub is staffed by a husband and wife and it’s their darts night … staff are hard to come by … 5 of us have a lovely meal.

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