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... We wanted to get past Adelaide today but they way the day had gone it wasn't going to happen. After leaving Mt Gambier the distances between towns and fuel seemed to get longer. So we made sure we always had about half a tank at all times. Tour guide Bridget had found us a free campsite just South of Adelaide in a town called Meadows. As we got closer it became very scenic. The road was surrounded by gum trees (eucalyptus) and with the ...
... walked amid the tents housing all kinds of high end road bikes and accessories. Maybe a sport Ry and I will have to get into back home. Think how tight our tushies would be after a few bike rides through the moutains. I have decided that I will go with the hot pink option for my bike. We wandered past the fenced off road observing bikers careening past us at 40 km/hour. It is pretty unbelievable how fast they whizz past. After ...
... Dave & I have sufficient experience to be up to the task.
Klinger bats very well and South Australia wins, their last win for the season!
After the game, Dave & Caroline return to Hallett Cove, the rest of us go back to Le'Anne & Steve's. We see in the New Year and then some.
A great night.
Since this is the last entry in this blog, it is time for a bit of a reflection on 2013.
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Today we went to Adelaide Zoo to see The Great Pandas Wang Wang and Funi. We did some research and found that we could catch a bus to the Zoo as it is quite close to the City. When we got to the bus stop we had a lovely conversation with a local guy and discovered that the bus was a free bus on a city loop. The bus dropped us at the door of the Zoo. ...
... There are some ominous clouds looming on the western horizon. It makes for interesting cloudscapes to be captured on photo again. From here it is on to a town called Angaston. We are now in Eden Valley, which is or isn’t part of Barossa, depends on who you talk to. We stop at a little restaurant called “Taste of Eden” which we have selected to treat ourselves to lunch. Expecting a choice of copious lunches as they do at this sort of places, we ...