Blog Review: Oodnadatta Track – August 2016

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Another awesome job Stephen. Four ex-Darwin-ites (that includes myself) recently did the East-West crossing of the Simpson, and then covered most of the Oodnadatta Track. Good to see that you have many similar photos to ourselves. We too were chased by the rain and had to make a few alterations to our trip. We did however get to see Lake Eyre North and South with lots of water flowing in the channel between the two lakes e.g. the two lakes were now joined together..... (flight from Marree 7:30 am 20/08/16). The pilot was pretty impressed as the night before (5:00 pm) there was no water in the channel and the two lakes separated by approx 800 mtrs of dry channel.
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Reply By: Member - Stephen L (Clare SA) - Tuesday, Sep 13, 2016 at 08:37

Tuesday, Sep 13, 2016 at 08:37
Hi Fred

Thanks for taking your time to reply and sounds like you had a great trip as well. Since both of us have been up there, that whole area has had even further very heavy rain and many tracks are still closed yet again.

When it does dry out, it will have to be one of the best years in a very long time for Wildflowers.

We must have similar taste in taking


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