The Barn Accommodation
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... forestry. Mount Gambier is also part of the Limestone Coast area and is quite lush. This is not only due to its annual rainfall but to the abundance of underground water which lies in the wedge shaped blocks of limestone beneath the earth's surface. This limestone is also a major building stone. We also know that we have crossed the border as the telegraph poles are very different and they are called Stobie Poles, made of two steel joists ...
... or the next day and starting the trek home. Layla is supposed to be back at school Monday week.
Jed has finally come around and wants to stay camping for ever.
Didn't take many photos here, but I have uploaded some pics for the last few entries. Go back to the Cape Otway and Peterborough entries and have another look if you are interested.
... wanky, I've really found myself on this trip; I came out here at a grim time in my life, post graduation. I was kind of lost in the world and didn't have any direction, but certain places and certain people have given me a new lease on life and as soon as I get home, all of my energy will be focussed in to pursuing my new dreams and new priorities. It's going to hard to leave the past behind, but I'm excited about the future now, and I haven't been able to say that for a long time.
... for at least 500,000 years, preserving the most complete fossil record we have for this period of time. The fossil record covers several ice ages and the arrival of humans in the area. The bones of Megafauna species such as Thylacoleo carnifex Marsupial Lion, Thylacine, Zygomaturus and sthenurine kangaroos are found within the 100 fossil deposits found to date. Naracoorte Caves contain clues to help interpret the geological and evolutionary history of Australia. ...
Never one to miss out on a random tour, Tim discovered that we could go on a tour of the water plant, which involved a trip down in a glass elevator to the water pumping station. This tour is run every hour about 5 times a day and boy can you tell from the tone of the bored tour guide. He was literally on autopilot, droning on with his back to us walking so fast that we are jogging to catch up. The glass elevator was also a little disappointing as ...