Thursday 7th April 2011
Day 7 - Ceduna GC is tamed. Yeah, right!!
Woke to a fine, warm sunny morning. Only did 1 load of washing and then headed to the Royal and Ancient Ceduna GC where it was D day, me against the Nullarbor Links.
I arrived all fresh and relaxed to tame the wilds of the Ceduna GC, I believe that holes 1 and 18 are there most difficult. You wouldn't believe it but they are
the 2 holes picked for the Nullarbor Links.
The following is today's hole by hole description of how I tamed the world famous Nullarbor Links Golf Course(s).
After our great day of golf, we went geocaching (www.geocaching.com) and found a cache near the golf course, then headed out to Denial Bay looking
for another cache, but couldn't find it. So we drove into Denial Bay and took some photo of Ceduna across the bay. Back in town we did some more
shopping in readiness of our crossing the Nullarbor tomorrow. Called into the pub and bought Marg a slab of West Coast cooler, I thought that
they had stopped making it, but I was wrong. Called into the pub's bistro to suss out dinner tonight. It looks good.
Back at camp, we are booked in at Norseman (to do some fossicking), then booked in at Kalgoorlie, then booked in at Southern Cross and now it
got tricky, as we planned to goto Esperance, but the whole bloody town is fully booked out (powered and non-powered sites) for Easter, so
we are booked in again at Kalgoorlie and also booked in at Esperance from Easter Monday onwards. That's a lot of booking.
It is currently 32.9° and we are in the van with the Air Con on, about 5:15pm, we will head down to the pub for a chilled
refresher and a meal, probably a parma.
Tomorrow, we will probably loose Internet reception, while we head on to Penong-Hole 3, Nundroo-Hole 4, Nullarbor-Hole 5 staying overnight at Nullarbor Roadhouse.
Saturday, Border Village-Hole 6, Eucla Beach-Hole 7, Mundrabilia-Hole 8, Madura-Hole 9 staying overnight at Madura Roadhouse
Sunday, Cocklebiddy-Hole 10, Caiguna-Hole 11, Balladonia Hole 12, Fraser Range-Hole 13 staying overnight at Fraser Range
Monday should have Internet reception again.
Ceduna photos here.