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After a worrying night of wind, wandering around Swan Hill was a pleasant break. From here to Echuca, the paddocks were lush with crops and endless infrastructure of canals and locks of water. Christie's Beach near Echuca is another bush camp on the Murray River. Stabbing in the camp behind us and gale force winds, kept us on our toes all night.
The Port of Echuca was an interesting tourist experience and catch up on the necessities of life. ...
So today we have moved on from Cobram and we are now in Echuca!
Last night we managed to spot some Koalas in the trees in Cobram and once it got dark we could hear them growling in the trees (they sound like really sick motor bike engines).
Also discussed today was the desire to get to the S.A. border asap, Dad wants to go slow and ...
... coffee and apple pie.
We're staying in (another) motel in Echuca and given we have hit the halfway point duration wise and being ahead of schedule, we are likely to have a sleep in tomorrow, wander around Echuca before getting on the bikes around lunchtime and heading 75-90 kms up the road.
With south/south easterly winds forecast, we might have another day of tail winds.
Distance travelled - 146.7 kms
Average speed - ...
... on earth are we going to get out of this when a great long road train full of tree trunks pulled out of the forest and the man asked if we had a problem. Within minutes his long handled spade was out, he dug out the front of the holes, and then with a few pushes from both of us Jim was able to accelerate out. A lovely man and we were very grateful, especially as only one other vehicle passed near the rest of the time we were there. He even stopped by the ...
... Shed Museum was also of interest with audio visual displays of life in Historic Echuca and accurate models of paddlesteamers.
At 4pm we were relaxing outside with a cuppa when Steve and Diane Bell joined us for a chat and then about 6pm we all walked together to the Shamrock Hotel in town for a delicious Steak and Guinness Pie. We needed the walk back, and after coffee we retired to our respective caravans to prepare for our departures the next morning.