Do your research!!
I guess I just wanted to say that I have been using your guide and the Hema maps to plan my trip later this year to the Kimberley. It has taken many weekends of myself sitting down for hours to develop an itinerary and work out fuel stops and where to sleep. I have read your guide I don't know how many times and studied the maps. I have also spent a good amount of time researching on the internet.
I have just read through the number of questions on here asking which way to go and when to go. But that is half the adventure I think - reading and researching about what places may interest you!!
I think some people either don't trust themselves and are worried about being somewhere so remote or are just lazy!!
Everything one needs to know is in your guide book and I suggest people have a good read and then ask questions.
Anyway thats just my opinion!! Thanks again B. Great guide, great website and enjoy your email updates.
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