Marion Holiday Park
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... comes visit our camp. We heard a few days earlier, that it is the male emu that raises the chicks. He is not monogamous, so he collects the chicks from various females and cares for them until they can fend for themselves. Intersting fact, so this must be a father emu passing by. The two chicks are visibly by their size of different age, so likely from different lays. But they sure make a good subject for photo’s so close up with their funny stripey feathers.
... you can get here. I think it will be the biggest thing we miss and probably a major worry of how we will cope in crowds again on the road, at least we will always know there is a quite space waiting for us somewhere in Australia.
I’m defiantly blabbering now and probably gone off on too much of a tangent but you get the idea, our true country summary can be examined over our blog of the last eighteen months. What is truly amazing about this place is ...
Tuesday began with me heading off on the bus to the city for a day's work and Donna catching up with friends. Harrison and Mitchell played all morning with their best friends Mathias and Ella-Shiva at McDonalds first and then a play cafe somewhere in the NE suburbs, while Donna and Yollie caught up on old times and new. It was a cold a dreary day - windy with persistent drizzle; pretty typical of an Adelaide winter.
By the end of the day Mitchell ...
... to Adelaide was by barge. Today most of the Riverina produce is transported by truck. Mildura continues to flourish as the administrative hub for the area. We had a hot breakfast and took a look around town. We set off for our next stop in Adelaide about 10:30. The trip to Adelaide took us through agricultural land and ...
... bikinis as they walk and the young boys walking without shirts.
We sold most of our possessions on Gumtree and took the rest to the Salvation Army, the car was sold to a wholesaler to save all the hassle because Mike needed it to go to work until nearly the last day. It served us well and had travelled a very long way without incident. It is a bit of a surprise to see how much "stuff" we collected in the two years ...