Issue Number 41, 22 October 2003
Editors: Eric Lindsay and Jean Weber
In this issue...
In August we joined a 14-day expedition into remote areas of South Australia, Northern Territory and Queensland, and included stops at several places that require permits or special permission to enter, and some that are only accessible by air. We travelled in two chartered 10-seater Piper Navajo Chieftain aircraft.
The trip was awesome. Words (and even photographs) are not really going to convey the experience, but we'll do our best. For further information about these expeditions, see http://www.dreamtimebyair.com.au/ -- note that the itineraries shown on the website are examples only; each year's trip is somewhat different, and this year's was very different from anything shown on the website.
Our trip report (with photographs) starts here: http://www.avalook.com.au/airtrip2003/index.htm
The second installment is here: http://www.avalook.com.au/airtrip2003/part2.htm
Day 4, Thursday 14 August, Kings Canyon, Finke Gorge and Palm Valley
Day 5, Friday 15 August, gorges of the West MacDonnell Ranges
Day 6, Saturday 16 August, Davenport Ranges and Devils Marbles
At the moment we have only the first six days on the website, but we'll be adding more as soon as we have time.
Continued next issue...
For a great gift, inspiration when planning a trip, or reminder of past trips you've taken, check out the 2004 Australian calenders available from Calendars.com. Each calendar has 12 beautiful photos. Most calendar pages have an image of the back cover, showing thumbnails of all 12 photos. http://www.avalook.com.au/shop/calendar.htm
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