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The Outback Road is tough. And there are problems on the way. Will Sophie and Emma make it? And what will they do about Ross and Jason?
Story by Chris Malakar
Pictures by Moira Hanrahan.
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Here are all the words in “Outback Road”
a after afternoon again ahead all almost and another anything are around as at
back be been before behind belt bit bought boys bridge broke broken but buy by
camp campsite can can’t car carefully clothes cloud cool crocodiles cross day
did didn’t dinner dirty dishes distributor don’t donkey down dressed drive drivers driving drove dry dust
each Emma engine enjoyed enjoying everything
fan fast felt fine finished food for found fresh fuel
get girls go golden gone good got great
had happy have hear heard helped here hey highway home hot
I in into is it it’s
Jason Jason’s jump jumped just
last late later laughed lay let’s licking light listen listened long look looked loud
make map maybe men morning mountains music must
nearly new no noise not now
of off oh OK old on one only onto or other our out outback own
parts past people plenty pool problem python
quick quickly quiet
raced raising reading right river road rock Ross rough
sad safe said same sand sat saw scenery see service set she shooting sing small smiled something somewhere soon Sophie swimming spare star stars start started station stay still stop stopped sun sunrise swam swim swimming swims
thanks that the their them then there they they’ll they’re three through time tired to too took tools tough tried trouble turned two
under up upset us
van very waited
walked walking warm was washing water waterfall way we we’ll we’re we’ve weeks went were wet what when where while wild wildlife will wish with won’t wonder worried worry would wouldn’t