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... on our route to Mt Buller, so Barry could do some"altitude training" before the Tour de Plonk we passed through a town called Rochester and of course had to stop and look at the statue of Sir Hubert "Oppy" Opperman one of Australia's greatest cycling heroes. His statue stands in the middle of the road on our approach to the town of his birth. Arrived Mt Buller 17th March for three days then off to Bright to join friends to do the Tour de Plonk for a week in Bright and ...
... and partners for a BBQ and catch up and general chit chat. The quiet day in was very enjoyable to just relax and the company was even better.
Lily got along famously with Giles and Kylie's son Bailey with some great imaginary games they were making up. Everyone was a little sad to leave, but hopefully we'll be catching up with a few in Perth soon. Will be sad to leave Aunty Pat tomorrow, but it's onward to our next port of call (not exactly certain where that is!).
... Try and keep your luggage to a min and as light as possible . Its hard work going up and down stairs from one platform to another or to exit to the street. You also have to lift your luggage into the racks and lift it on and off trains that sometimes have high oor narrow door ways..but I guess its all part of the adventure
We were very proud of ourselves when each step that we had planed went off without a hitch.
For us it was more about ...
... and wandering around the large antique shop.
We left the show grounds at about 4 pm and travelled to Shepparton where we stayed with some lovely people we had met whilst camping near Mannum on the River Murray in 2009.
On arrival at sunset a freshly cooked chicken roast was served up for tea and we happily chatted until late into the ...
... pan for a bit more gold at the end. We also climbed the stairs to the top of the poppet head for a look around, and checked out some of the stone crushing machinery. Apparently the crusher, which makes a very loud racket, was switched off on Sundays, and no-one in the town could sleep without all the noise! After our busy touring, we headed back to the park for a swim and to plan strategies for sleeping in the heat. air-conditioning ...
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