Tuesday, April 02, 2019

Broken Hill to Ceduna

Broken Hill is not a bad place to get car repairs done. There's lots to see although sometimes I felt like I was paying an entry fee to go in to a shop.


The place has both wind and solar power to quite a big extent. Here's a tiny bit of the 43MW solar collector.


After Broken Hill I visited Peterborough, which is a nice town, passed through Port Augusta.


The van is going well and I'm gradually adjusting the layout and improving my van cooking. Signature dish here:


Stayed a night at Kimba.


I set up the ham radio gear but regrettably there was a very high noise level from a power line running through the camp site.


Now I'm at Ceduna, which is a lovely place. Here's the main beach.


The caravan park in the town is super crowded so I'm further south at Shelly Beach which is lovely.

Once again, the 40m dipole is up and here the noise level is very low. It's mid-afternoon and I'm receiving WSPR well and am being heard. I'm going to have a better shot at it closer to dusk.


As you can see from the WSPR map, I'm half way to Perth.

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