Saturday October 28th

Invite to be on show at the 2017 Relay for Life, also humbled to be asked to do the survivors speech. 

Had to do a rush pack up at 2am in the morning due to wild weather.

Monday October 23

Up and packed up we hit the barrier highway back to home base, so grateful to be able to make this journey, see so much of our amazing country and met so many beautiful and inspiring people!  

As with any journey sometimes you need to make change when challenges arise which we did, but we wouldn't change a thing. 

 

47 days or 6 weeks , 5 days.

8,591 KM's travelled.

100 odd hours of driving. 

Stayed at 23 towns 

Visited 4 states - NSW , Qld , NT and SA. 

Left bras and stickers in every state. 

Calls to the NRMA was 3  - Disel line - Raditor- Window.

 

Fuel 

Lowest paid $1.26 

Highest paid $1.90

 

Site fees

Lowest paid $25.00 a night

Highest paid $50.00 a night

Free camp nights - none

 

 

Weather we experienced 

Ranged from 6 degrees to 44 degrees.

 

Travelled 

Highways, byways, dirt tracks.

 

We saw 

Emus, Kangaroos, wild goats, wild pigs, snakes, lizards, sheep, cows, echidnas horses,camels, birds, larmas , dingo.

 

Solar cars, road trains, trucks, tractors trains, helicopters, planes, ships, boats and automobiles new and old. 

 

Mountains, hills, Desert, plains, creeks ( mostly dry) rivers, oceans, dams, lakes, waterholes, gorges, salt lakes. 

We saw the amazing Uluru both dry and wet. 

 

Were delighted by amazing sunrises and sunsets, clear blue skies, clouds, rain, rainbows and sun. 

We went Underground and up in the sky. 

 

Visited and saw Museums, dinosaurs, dunny  races, chook races, crayfish races. Spectator Field of lights at Uluru 

 

 

We were photographed by locals in every state, and travellers national and international. 

 

We were called

Groovy chicks, babes, girls, gals, two pink ladies. 

Groovy has been called Awesome amazing, wonderful, inspiring, beautiful.

We heard truckies call her weird and Pricilla queen of the Desert 

 

We have been back up singers and dancers, walked in a parade. 

 

We met 

Drag queens, drag kings, men and women young and old from many cultures, pink sisters, and some amazing inspiring people. 

 

We have learnt Aboriginal language, cultural and painting. 

 

We tried to loss weight but is just stayed with us didn't want to miss out!!! 

We tried to lighten the load in Groovy but we seem to just add at every stop, pink hats, paintings, candles, clothes, books, maps, dirt, shells, rocks and FRIDGE magnets! 

 

We ate Roo Poo, Kangaroo and 10 cans of baked beans. 

 

Laughed so hard our stomached ached! 

 

Made up games, painted rocks, decorated a tree pink. 

 

Thanks for sharing it with us.

Sunday October 22

Today we travel back to Cobar about 20kms out of broken hill seems we have blown a Bra!!! New Bra now flying we  pass the Bra, bottle tree, coffee cup tree and have keep some pink to make a pink tree! We also had spotted painted rocks on our trip so decide to do a breast cancer one!

Friday October 20

Today it is off to Peterborough, flying the bras through the Flinders Ranges with stops at Wilmington and we catch up with lady we met in Broken Hill who was proud to tell us she had been for her Mammogram and all clear!

Thursday October 19

With a little bit of rain we take a drive to Whyalla and a happy to meet locals and see shops Pinked Up to support Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Fly the bras along the beach and visit Mount Laura Homestead. And then we find George Ave Fish and Chip shop and met owner Lorraine who is also pinked up!

Wednesday October 18

Our hump day stop Port Augusta a small city seaport located on the East Coast of the Spencer Gulf just 188kms down the road. They is always time to stop and chat with fellow travellers who were keen to get a stubbie holder! 

Explore the The Australian Arid Lands Botanic Garden and the Wadlata Outback Centre!

Tuesday October 17

Today we stop to admire the Salt Lakes then a comfort stop at Pimba which is basically and old roadhouse and pub then on to Woomera in the far north region of South Australia, the afternoon is spent checking out Woomera Aircraft and Missile Park and Heritage Centre. 

Bit like I say with Pink , no one ever says to many sunsets so here is another one to enjoy.

Monday October 16th

Just a short 2 1/2 hour drive along the Stuart Highway to Glenbambo, while driving listening to UHF one truckie says to another you should see the weird look Bus coming your way it has bras flying off it! We certainly get people’s attention and  brighten their days!

Sunday October 15

Up early to catch the Sunrise at The Breakaways just beautiful and so peaceful.

Some more sightseeing  around town and at Crocodile Harry's interesting place. 

Then head to the RSL club for dinner and chat to more locals.

Saturday October 14

Explore Coober Pedy and meet some of the locals and fellow travellers.

Underground churches, the Big Mine, Boot Hill. Local Tanya was happy to help spread the word.