Blowing in the wind

Report May 6
By Trudy

We say goodbye and the Model T-Ford leaves his sleeping room.

depart

It rains a bit and it blows very hard. Fortunately, it stops raining, but the wind stays. We are looking for a sheltered place to drink coffee.

coffestop

There are gusts and when a truck comes by we get a blow. Dirk has fortunately strong arms, because he has to steer a lot. All I have to do is make sure I’m not out of the Model T-Ford. We can talk to each other but can not understand each other.

long way

The sand flies over the road like a sand storm.

sand storm

We don’t have to pay the fuel in Munginup. What a surprise!
The last 60 kilometers to Jerramungup we count, because the wind whistles over the bare grain plains and it is not a nice ride.
Sjaak and Coby rent a cabine at the campsite and we can place the reports on the website from the wind.

cabine

 

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Badmeester in Tibet
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