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Monday, 2 August 2010

Day 2 Mildura to West Wylong

Yesterday saw us drive 565 kilometres from Mildura to West Wylong. We left Mildura in rain and arrived in West Wylong in rain however we didn't drive all day in rain. We crossed the Hay plane and if you have ever done that you are still trying to forget it, it is approx 200 kms of this.

Day 2 Mildura to West Wylong

360 degrees of nothing.

Day 2 Mildura to West Wylong

Day 2 Mildura to West Wylong

Day 2 Mildura to West Wylong

Day 2 Mildura to West Wylong

Day 2 Mildura to West Wylong

Lots of trucks

Day 2 Mildura to West Wylong

Day 2 Mildura to West Wylong

The town of Hay is in the middle it is a little oasis as the Murrumbidgee river runs through the town.

Day 2 Mildura to West Wylong

This is where the rain started again as you can see by my lens.

Day 2 Mildura to West Wylong


7 comments:

Kris said...

My daughter saw a banner up across the street in West Wylong late last year that said, "Happy Birthday Jesus" rather than Merry Christmas. It's one of our favourite places to stop on road trips!

Lorraine said...

Glad you are taking us along for the ride.....you might even get some sunshine soon......sunny here today :)

Karen said...

Yes the Hay Plains are just as I remembered them, miles of nothing.Your photos do them justice however.

BubzRugz said...

I remember the Hay Plains - our son lived in Griffith for a while. I remember travelling it at night and thinking oh - there's a house - 20minutes later we passed a truck!! We have a FREEZING wind up here in Qld today... but sunny... enjoy the travelling... Hugz

Shirley said...

Not a good place to play I spy then on the car journey. That River looks very fast flowing and full judging by the colour. Are we nearly there yet?
Love Shirl.x

Stina said...

Miles and miles and just flat landscape... wow... here you cant see far... trees everywhere...:o) Facinating!! :o))

Sew Create It - Jane said...

Amazing pictures!! Wow..such a vast space!