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... out the local beers on a tasting paddle. We returned home to prepare a rack of lamb and vegies on the Webber for our Easter Sunday roast.
Since the weather is cold and wet on Easter Monday, we delayed our relocation to Victor Harbor by a day. Very pleased that we did when we saw the traffic jams on the evening news. An extra day in Mount Barker gave us time to visit Spotlight and purchase a new doona to keep us cozy at night.
... out Macs and headed to the Apple Store. We got there and the guy took our Macs to see what he could do with the feet. It was supposed to cost e about $60 for one foot, which I wasn't going to pay, but he put a new foot on both Macs under Ari's AppleCare, which was good! We had to go off for an hour whilst he sorted them out. We went and got some shopping then picked the Macs up.
We went back to the hostel to have showers, food and work out how to get to Hazel's tomorrow.
... is then you just climb the last 600 or 700 mtrs to the top. A lovely vista awaits.
Next time we would like to come back to this national park and see what the other few walks have on offer as well as maybe a wander up Mt Remarkable. That would be amazing.
After our 2 hour wander it was time to hit the road. First stop Port Pirie to fill Vincent with some fuel and some fuel for us as well. Our dining view for lunch was the ...
With only a week left of the house-sit we thought it was time to have a look at Adelaide City and it was an easy city to access from where we were staying. The gardens and roses were magnificent but unfortunately the weather was bitter cold that we couldn't enjoy them as much as we wanted. We wandered the streets, Rundall Mall, Central Markets, Adelaide Oval & river areas. Very nice ...
... continuously navigable for 1986 kilometres from Goolwa to Yarrawonga It spans three states - Victoria, New South Wales and South Australia The river has 4 major dams, 16 storage weirs and 15 navigable locks Is the major domestic water supply for over 1.5 million households Along with its tributaries, the Murray is part of the third largest water catchment on earth ...