Anchorage at Victor Harbor
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... the foreshore of Victor Harbor. Having a Shopper Docket for one $6.50 lunch at the famous Victor Carvery, we enjoyed a delicious three course lunch. Needing to walk off this feast, we decided to climb The Bluff. There are no formed walking tracks up to the summit and the ground was slippery under foot after the recent rain. The stunning view of Encounter Bay and granite islands from the top made it worth the effort.
... roads. The part about quiet country roads was correct but it failed to deliver wonderful produce. The cheese factory was our first stop and the cheese tasted OK, then onto the trout farm which had closed down, next was the Strawberry Patch which turned out to be nothing more than a road side stall selling fresh strawberries and jams etc. Not to be discouraged we went in search of the Deer and Marron farm, which we found and was opened but only had 2 marron in ...
... to the skeleton rattle of the palms and watching the clouds scudding across the moon, while Gerry went to fetch the car. In the far distance the chanting of prayers filtered gently through the trees, and you feel the spicy strangeness, the rough magic of Asia calling out to you, whispering its goodbyes...calling you back.
Through the magic of time travel, and a long layover in Kuala Lumpur (our fifth time here (i think)), we are catapulted several ...
... everywhere was responsible for it.
Rapid Bay used to be an old quarry site, high up on the hill the big boulders would drop through the crushers to produce gravel at the bottom.
We had a stone skimming event and we all improved our record of the number of skims.
We went swimming and managed to find a rock we could all jump off.
Rapid Bay was such a peaceful place to go to sleep and wake up to the sound of the ocean.
An easy day spent wandering around the town ,the old horse drawn tramway out to the Granite Island and as it was Sunday they had their markets on the waterfront and then over to the whale museum .Got back to camp early as it started to rain with a very cold wind looks like I will have my heater going again ...