By Emma White
Just 4 and a part months after Kev turned a paraplegic, he and Emma travelled to Melbourne and embarked upon a whirlwind 18,000 kilometre tenting road-trip throughout Australia.
At a time whilst many sufferers with spinal accidents stay in health facility, Kev and Emma's courting is placed to the try out till it really is placing by means of a thread. jointly they struggle to regain a destiny that turns out misplaced, whereas dealing with the cruel and unforgiving panorama of the Australian outback in summer.
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