Take a trip along Lasseter Highway, close to the state line, Northern Territory. There’s orange dirt and orange rocks across a landscape which might just as well be Mars apart from the unrelenting flatness of it; you can literally see for miles; well, just twelve I’m told; unless you believe in a Flat Earth and I’ll tell you, out here, anything’s believable.
A few miles East along the highway you’ll arrive at Curtin Springs, a road house where the beers are reliably cold and the dunny is baking, and by its doors you’ll see illustrated the difference between “Blokes” and “Shielas”: it’s nothing at all!, except the Shielas look in the opposite direction to the Blokes, which is handy to know when using the loo, genderwise.
written for Pensitivity101’s Three Things Challenge #372 – Farce, Negligent, Fear.
What3words location: farce.negligent.fear – near Alice Springs, Northern Territory, Aus.
images via Google maps, Streetview and Google reviews.