Australia's Outback is inexplicably incredible. You might
suppose that it is a
wild and unruly place before you set foot
here. Once you've walked around a bit,
say twenty thousand square miles, you
might be scratching your head pondering
who created such a manicured,
expansive landscape. Above: Alice Springs now. It's the corner stone
historical park dedicated to the early
settlers. "A Town Called Alice," even though made in the 1970's, is a view
ancient history in these parts. You may find yourself flying here to get
an RV or
rental car to explore the Australian backroads.
The Flying Doctors of the Outback provide medical care to this rugged part pf
Television transport the teachers into romote homes, situated too far from
One has to be very careful when trespassing in Mother Nature's backyard.
This croc is not smiling. Trust us.