Every now and then Bill would see some sort of animal while driving and he would bring the bus to a sudden halt on the side of the road. He would then jump out of the bus and grab what he'd spotted. In this case, it was a stumpy-tailed lizard.
Emus and Kangaroos have a tendency to jump out in front of vehicles. This Emu dashed across the road as we approached it. Did you know Emus can run faster than Kangaroos? There's even a song about it.
Now we're really in the middle of nowhere. The sign reads:
WARNING: REMOTE AREAS AHEAD
The following precautions are advised:
There's some strange things to be found in the middle of nowhere. A bit a desert art...
On the evening of July 20th, we stayed in William Creek, Population 2.
Connie, Me, Becky, Gary, and Denise.
William Creek consists of a campground and a bar, which fit our requirements well. The walls and ceiling of the bar were covered in business cards, ID cards, and articles of clothing from past visitors.
And our visit was also commemorated - Linda left her bra, which we all signed. If you ever find yourself in William Creek, perhaps you'll find Linda's bra with "Rich from Canada was here!" written on it.