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... It is quite something looking out at the rolling landscape of greens and bright yellows. The camp place at Green Lake is very picturesque and we parked the van facing the Lake but it was windy and cold and wet. We put our raincoats on and walked along the lake front to exercise our legs a bit after the journey and then settled into our snug caravan for the evening. The road was only 200 meters away and this is the A8 ...
... Horsham, booked into caravan park in town and went to visit mum in her new unit at the retirement village. It was nice to see her and although it bit more frail than 7 months ago she looked quite well. Mum has had a few upheavals in the last few months with moving out of a private unit in town, going into respite and being in hospital for an ...
... br> Anyway we have just had the most wonderful trip in our comfortable van and not wanting to jinx the rest of our trip, we have not had any problems except loosing our front number plate on the Gibb River Road!!! (but then , these Macho Projects sometimes pay a price)
Since Ceduna we have had a great Bush Camp with a fabulous Nicoll campfire. (Neil makes a mean fire)
Today we travelled through the most beautiful Countryside with many fabulous crops ...
... at a time. It's so secluded; there isn't another house in sight an the closest major town would be an hour drive back down the winding roads we had come from. Usually this would be my idea of a nightmare. Total isolation, no streets and shops to wander around, no other people, nothing to do. But it was a really, really lovely stay. Our host B provided us with a menu to make our order for dinner, she showed us around the rooms and then we just ...
... waterfalls. What harm do we do anyways? There's a railing dividing us, and the crazy humans only ever hold up a clicking box!
We took a drive up through the Grampians park rather than making a beeline straight towards our goal We were just talking about Australian animals we hadn't seen, when there were flocks (is that what they are?) of Emu in the wood beside the road! There were also huge flocks of cockatoos all feeding on the ground – by the ...