It was obvious as we went through the Dog Fence and the Woomera fence that someone had been on the road when they shouldn't have been - it was cut up pretty bad.
There was a lot of water beside the road the whole way as well, and birds flying this way and that. We had to remind ourselves that this was normally a desert!
We pulled in at the Curdimurka Siding, having no idea as to what it would be like. It was brilliant. The boys had a great time playing imaginative games in and out of the buildings (where the welcome swallows were nesting) and we sheltered behind the corner of the building from the wind.
A pair of brown falcons flew around, as well as the many galahs, cockatoos, orange chats and welcome swallows. What a delight.
The flatness of the land provided the most brilliant of sunsets that I could capture. What a delightful place.