Eden At Fogg Dam
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... they were pretty old too! Next we went swimming at the Buley Rockhole -a series of pools and waterfalls which was beautiful. Managed to get the bottom pool all to myself for a bit which was very tranquil - until the next bus load of people arrived. I feel like I have won the battle but lost the war with the mosquitoes. The buggars managed to find the only place I evidently hadn't got with DEET (my hand) so now I have at least ...
... exciting. My niece in law was organising a high tea for a visiting politician who was going to speak about women in the workforce. Having come with only holiday clothes and really nothing to wear i thought i would not be able to go but did in the end find the barest neat minimum and off i went to hear Julie Bishop and then afterwards get a photo with her as she did for many people. This event was in the grounds of the ...
... emu, and wild birds fly in for water.
Off to Darwin tomorrow for 10 days, back to the traffic lights and busy streets, mmmm not really looking forward to them.
We have settled into park on a corner site with Merrilyn and Wayne all set up with our screens up to try to give us some extra shade. It is still 33 celcius and light breeze. We have taken one drive to Palmerston today as the men wanted to go to Bunnings ...
... with the locals. They also have various uses, including water carrier, hat, plus you can eat their seeds and extract a thread from the stalk. Very clever plant. Back to the main billabong, which we travelled for a couple of Klm looking for the big one - crocs. We found one big salty having a swim, a freshie lying in grass on the bank, and several other medium sized crocs in amongst the ...
... fires. Some two and a half hours later we were back at the jetty with the cruise over. It was a wonderful experience and would recommend it to anyone. Back home we made a few preparations for moving on tomorrow. We had a beaut dinner with some lovely wine purchased from Penola SA whilst on a bus tour from the National Muster at Lucindale. After dinner we discussed the next few days and came up with a draft of what and where we are going. Watch this ...