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... when we look west, we look over the immense flat area that we have just come from. Although the Gawler Ranges are hills, from this viewpoint they are barely visible on the horizon and what we see is just flat land dotted with white saltlakes and not much else. In the distance we can still see Port Augusta and the last bit of the blue waters of the Spencer Gulf. When we drove into Port Augusta, the Flinders Ranges were quite visible as a wall of rock on the opposite side ...
... Bali that is still so rich and beautiful - mainly the Balinese people but I don't.
Why wasn't I sure about going?
I'll have my 77th birthday there - quietly - and thankful that I am doing just that. I'm thankful that I can still organise myself to actually get there - although the length of the lists has increased, including the 'I'd better pack this just in case' stuff. And the knee that started to not obey me just after ...
... Australian, some not. It was cold in there although marginally warmer than it was outside. It is quite a impressive building and it was pleasant to wander around in. We found a Davidsons plum tree complete with fruit, and even a ripe plum on the ground nearby.
We wandered down some more paths and found a building with a sign that said, Diggers' Shop. How exciting, it was the Diggers that Paul gets his seeds etc from, so Paul and Mum were able to buy a few things in there. ...
... area close at 5 o'clock on a Saturday, and are only open from 11am till 5pm on Sundays, and till 5:30pm weekdays. I'm not sure why, but there must be some law about it here, so the locals who work would have to be super-organised or they would miss out on dinner.
So we returned with very little for our efforts, except for a rather large bag of chocolates and some bananas, but we had had a good look around at this part of Glenelg.
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