Dune is a Four letter Word

Story of a family's desert adventures, including crossing the Simpson Desert by four-wheel drive, making Griselda Sprigg the first ever white woman to cross it.

Dune is a Four letter Word

Story of a family's desert adventures, including crossing the Simpson Desert by four-wheel drive, making Griselda Sprigg the first ever white woman to cross it. Tells how the Spriggs turned a drought-stricken sheep station into a flora and fauna reserve and tourist attraction. Themes are adventure, true love and family. Includes map and illustrations. Foreword by Dick Smith.

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Dune is a Four-letter Word
Language: en
Pages: 253
Authors: Griselda Sprigg, Rod Maclean
Categories: Travel
Type: BOOK - Published: 2004 - Publisher: Wakefield Press

Story of a family's desert adventures, including crossing the Simpson Desert by four-wheel drive, making Griselda Sprigg the first ever white woman to cross it. Tells how the Spriggs turned a drought-stricken sheep station into a flora and fauna reserve and tourist attraction. Themes are adventure, true love and family.
Dune is a Four-letter Word
Language: en
Pages: 253
Authors: Griselda Sprigg, Rod Maclean
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