Adelaide Road Motor Lodge
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- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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We woke to brilliant sunshine, so had breakfast outside with Jo and Ray. We've never had so much Vitamin D in all our lives!!! Paul and Ray spent quite a bit of the day working on Ray's TV as he was having trouble recording. Jo and I went into the Shopping Complex where I picked up a few last minute things for our continued journey tomorrow. No matter what - we were going to have our last firepot tonight. Because we've parked so close together we've ...
... all Lemon Meringue Pie for dessert. It was totally yummy - the best one I've ever tasted, and I just hope they will give all of us the recipe - please!!!? I had a sore/stiff shoulder today so darling Jo got me in her van tonight and worked her miracle massage on me. I did yelp a few times (much to Ray's delight - he was hooting and giggling every time I jumped!!!) and hopefully after a Panadol and a good night's sleep, all will be well tomorrow. Wish me ...
... silos, a pub and maybe a few houses. Also a lot of sheep in these areas, I think we saw cattle once on the entire drive !
Murray Bridge got its name for obvious reasons - it was the first road bridge built over the Murray in 1879. Its a pretty impressive bridge too, it includes all of the floodplains on the eastern side as well. We stayed in ...
... lake beach. On the way to Port Augusta we saw lots of chicken sheds. I never knew how small our farm was compared to us. They had 10 to 12 sheds each farm. We had lunch at a skate board park at Port Augusta, it was fun when we got out our scoters. Well, we didn't make it to Coober Pedy but we set up on the side of the road again. We had a good nights ...
... of time.
It doesn't seem to matter where you go in the world you always run into someone that you know. Blue found his old girlfriend sitting on the seat outside the newsagent so they had a lot of catching up to do. :D
We left Tailem Ben none the wiser about the town or it's heritage which was a shame.
We went across on the ferry to Jervois, which is predominantly a dairy industry area with ...