Sated, we decided to seek out the beautiful ... The main water supply for Leigh Creek and enthralled by the antics of the local equivalent of The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles After their show had finished, we hit the smooth and fast , winding, undulating main Copley/Arkaroola Road stopping occasionally to look for "Drop Bears" and their habitat. Gobsmacked by how green the plains were We headed onward to our next planned rest stop, Warren Gorge Being conscious of the recent flash floods, we parked on high ground This part of the trip was really uneventful ................. apart from the major road works ; the super slick smooth highway ; a pair of emus launching themselves out of the very close road side shrubbery :eek1 within 5 metres in front of me and then determined to out run the TDM for what seemed like 5 kms . Until we reached the damage from yesterday storms. <IFRAME height=480 src="http://www.youtube.com/embed/5XNdtTXIYYM?rel=0" frameBorder=0 width=640 allowfullscreen></IFRAME> It was around this location that the shit fuel the TDM had received started having effect with blockages stopping her in her tracks every 5 kms or so. A few minutes to settle, a shake of the tank & another few kms were covered, time & time again until we finally reached Ango & refreshments under another glorious sunset. The evening was really quite uneventful with most participants already on their way home. The Flinders Ranges morning glory was absolutely fabulous. However careful attention was still needed on the road out of Blinman for remnants of the storm. :eek1 Until we actually realised, we were leaving "The Little Smoke" for "The Big Smoke" & sadness began to set in. Until we stopped at Kipo's brother's bakery at Port Wakefield, Kipling's Bakery on the way home and Wow has that improved lately Many thanks to everyone who assisted in making another "Classic" ............................. "The Legend" it is. .