I’m coming home, I’m coming home.
Picture shows the road out of Burra and on to home.
Final day on the trek and everybody is ready to go home. Thoughts of next week come drifting in at the edges of our minds; we push them away, still swimming in the memories of our past 10 days.
A quick fuel up and brekkie in Burra, then out on to the Road Kill
Highway. It was still early so the kangas were thick, making life very difficult for the bikes. Many kangas littered the road, lost overnight.
We said goodbye to Rohan at Morgan as we waited for the ferry over the Murray. He had a short two hour drive back to Mildura. We then continued on down the river a ways before turning south at Loxton. Down to Pinaroo, east to Ouyen and on tho Bendigo. With around 1000kms to travel today we kept pressing.
At Bendigo we split again, some going to Wang, some to Melbourne. Although we have all enjoyed each other’s company and support over the past 11 days, we all miss our family and friends at home. In the end, without the support and love of the people at home we could not have great adventures like this, and could not get the fulfilment that a trip likes this brings. We sincerely appreciate their support and love the most of all.
To all the people at home, thank-you.
Oh, and Ferg’s finger was much better today thank-you.