Day 6 (late)

> I was too tired from navigating yesterday so I’m catching up with the blog now, distances: > Mt gambier to border town 313.00 kms/bordertown to st arnaud 332.00 kms. >
> Best Regards,
> Tyler

Day 7

> I’m very tired after navigating today and we are finally in mulwala >
> Distances:
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> St arnaud to heathcote 234.00 kms
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> Heathcote to mulwala 244.00 kms
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> Best Regards,
> Tyler

Fun facts with Tyler

> 1.Mt Gambia is one of the biggest volcanic regions in the world >
> 2.Out the front of where we’re staying there is an under water volcano that makes the water turn very blue during November through to march >
> 3.The town is built on top of volcanoes
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> 4.it is 3214kms away from Perth
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> 5.it is the largest city in regional south Australia.
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> 6.it is halfway from Adelaide and Melbourne.
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> 7. Mt gambier is known for its blue lake
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> 8. Is that enough or should I keep going?
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> Best Regards,
> Tyler

Also today…

> I navigated most of the rally and transport stages without any help from anyone >
Stay tuned tomorrow for some fun facts about mt. Gambier

> Best Regards,
> Tyler

Day 4 results

We came 7th today but we are 3rd overall in the rally. It hasn’t rained yet but hopefully it does so there are puddles to drive thorough and so I won’t have to wash the car in the morning

Best regards,
Tyler