Author Archives: rkcaton

About rkcaton

We are full-time RVrs living in a 40 foot Monaco Diplomat motorhome and touring North America.

Postcard from the Road to Darwin

It’s 955 miles from Adelaide in the south to Alice Springs in the Red Centre and another 930 to Darwin in the Top End, a total of 1,885 miles. By comparison, it’s 1,760 miles from the Mexican border in Brownsville, … Continue reading

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This is Sovy

Many of you know that we are full-time RVrs who live and travel in a 41 foot motorhome that is affectionately named “The Dip”. Every couple of years, we park The Dip and go traveling without her, flying somewhere to … Continue reading

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Postcard From The Northern Territory

There’s several ways to get to Darwin in the Northern Territory, but only one direct route by road – straight up the Stewart Highway from Adelaide to Alice Springs, to Darwin. This is the heart of our travel – a … Continue reading

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Postcard from Kings Canyon – Watarrka National Park

Kings Canyon in Watarrka National Park is regarded as one of the most spectacular sights in central Australia. Hiking is the only way to see or experience the canyon as there are no roads along the rim or drives into … Continue reading

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Postcard – Our Friends in Oz

Australians are a very nice people. Sure, you will always find exceptions, but for the most part they are warm and welcoming. So, how could we start this epic journey without visiting our Australian friends? We could have started this … Continue reading

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Postcard from Uluru – Kata Tjuta National Park

The National Park encompasses both Uluru and Kata Tjuta (Ayers Rock and the Olgas), significant rock formations that are geologically different yet are only about 18 miles apart. They are geologically interesting, but the true significance is how sacred these … Continue reading

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Postcard from the Outback – South Australia

We spent a little time in Sydney, Melbourne, and Adelaide and now we are in the Outback. Beside visiting friends, the Outback and its unique sights is why we are here. We’ve been in similar places. You know, the road … Continue reading

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