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After the last few weeks job hunting and WWOOFING by September it was time to do some sight-seeing. I fed the animals for the last time at Waminda and said fond goodbyes, I had really enjoyed my time at the Wildlife Sanctuary. My car share companion Jess and I got up at 5. 30 to hit the road early and try and keep out of the sun for a 450km plus stretch to Broome. We filled up with plenty of water in Exmouth for the long journey but it turned out to be dodgy so spent the day quite dehydrated deciding to use the water only after boiling. We spent all day on the road doing 2 hour plus shifts each. Hitting Cable Beach near Broome we caught an amazing sunset. This beach is rated one of the top ten beaches in Western Australia and we were not disappointed. Imagine long, slow waves rolling in on to almost never-ending pink sand alongside crystal clear blue water. Next day we travelled the long road to Cape Levesque a surprisingly more difficult road than we had expected. This was my first experience of 4-wheel driving and we found out later it was one of the most difficult to drive. After a stressful drive we arrived at the cape for a quick visit around the fantastic beach, to get a rattle on the car looked at and check out tourist information guides. For us it happened to be a fantastic day of Australian hospitality and general kindness all of which we truly appreciated but the advice we got meant having to travel back to Broome in search of a garage. Another stressful journey, and I wasn’t even driving this time, but we had more success driving all the way in 4-wheel drive and with deflated tyres, even treating ourselves to air-conditioning. The campground gave us details of a local garage where they checked out the car, not finding the source of the rattle they did however assure us that there was no concern and didn’t even charge us, awesome news, a miracle it seemed – the service... With the great service we had time to go to the beach. the difference between high and low tides is up to around 10 metres, with low tides offering the best chance to see the dinosaur footprints but we were disappointed. I dropped Jess off at the cinema while I spent time with some great people we’d met at the campground. What had been a difficult day turned out great in the end but little did we know we were certainly not finished with car problems. After planning and preparing for the Gibb River Road we set off to town only to realise the air compressor wasn’t working then after sorting that, both cigarette lighters stopped. Walking out of the shop about to investigate the fuses we were followed by Paul and Jim from the speedway, they could see we were struggling and just got stuck in trying to help. Back at the campground we met a Swiss couple that had done the Gibb River Road so were able to give us some tips. Before leaving we visited Moon Steps where the reflection of the moon on the mud flats causes an optical illusion looking like steps to the moon – fascinating. We spent the evening with them having drinks, another great evening. Time to move on again so up at 6am to re-inflate the tyres, drive to Darby, top-up the petrol and check the visitors centre for road and weather information. On the way to Tunnel Creek National Park we enjoyed the cooler shade and spotted shallow water baby freshwater crocodiles. That night we stayed at. Windjana Gorge campsite with an honesty box pay set up. This place is supposedly on lots of peoples lists of top places to visit in Kimberley and it didn’t disappoint as we walked in to the gorge for sunset, watching... What an amazing day. 30 to have a cool hike into the stunning gorge to see more crocodiles, my first wallaby and some great boat trees. As we were travelling in opposite directions we shared some travel tips and then we continued down unsealed roads to Bell Gorge in the 40˚ heat. on arrival we enjoyed a refreshing swim in the river and diving in the waterfall next to Bell Gorge. After another night camping we were up early again to head firstly to Adcock Gorge. we hadn’t expected much from comments we had come across but as it was only 5km from the road we.
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During the dry season, Broome celebrates the rising of the moon over the mudflats south of town for two or three nights per month -- a combination of full moon and low tide. It produces an optical effect they call Staircase to the Moon. We happened to be in town for one of these events, and spent a great evening at a little resort overlooking the bay. There was good beer, pub fare, tables and chairs set out on the grass, and live music. It was a highlight of our trip. NIK_8398 edit2
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Ritchey-Chretien Reflector and German Equatorial Mount manufactured by Optical Guidance Systems of Huntingdon Valley, Pennsylvania, USA, installed in Kopernik Observatory & Science Center in Vestal, New York. It was open to the public, and quite a crowd had gathered to look though it on the first descent viewing night of the year. It was dark and the only lights in the dome were dim and red, so this is best shot I could get of the telescope. What I can't show you is the view we had of the Orion Nebula. I could clearly see the four young stars of the Trapezium with three brighter stars to one side. They lighted up the gas and dust of the nebula, painting swirls in the sky. The pictures you see of it are beautiful, but, looking through a telescope and actually seeing it? — stunning!
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Kopernik Observatory & Science Center - Southeastern Equatorial Room: 20 in (0.51 m) f/8 Ritchey-Chretien Reflector and German Equatorial Mount manufactured by Optical Guidance Systems of Huntingdon Valley, Pennsylvania, USA. I arrived early tonight, while it was still light outside. The domes were open for setup and they allowed me to wander around, taking photographs.
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