What are the chances of combining 1. an Amazing race episode, 2. a previous holiday destination, 3. a Weburbanist post together?
Well it has happened - yesterday's Amazing race was set in Broken Hill, the teams had to undertake the Detour out at the Living Desert - site of the stone sculptures symposium and arid botanic garden/flora sanctuary.
Also, see my photo of the mine which was the Pit-stop at the end of the episode.
The Road-block required them to use the Periodic Tables to calculate which streets the next Clue-box was on, and Weburbanist's latest post is Geiger countertops 13 Peripatetic Periodic Tables
Back in 1869 Russian chemist and inventor Dmitri Mendeleev presented his first Periodic Table of Elements. His table has been expanded over the past 142 years to accommodate new elements, and has been adapted to uses Dimitri could never imagined. The weird and wacky, like these Periodic Cupcakes -