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... it was an overcast day plus this time of year the lake is not as blue as it could be. Still a lovely colour of bluey green and very clear.
Anyway we find a good camp at the showgrounds here, Billy is in heaven as l take him through the grounds for a walk where the animal smells are a plenty. he doesn't know which way to turn!
Tomorrow where are off to Naracoorte to look up an old boss of mine, should be interesting! ...
... Mount Gambier we were much more impressed by the sights. Despite experiencing rain, hail and shine while in town we were still able to get out and enjoy the beauty of the region. We began with a visit to Umpherston Sinkhole - one of many sinkholes in town. Members of the community have done a fabulous job creating beautiful gardens within these sinkholes. The kids enjoyed exploring the caves and tunnels in the sinkholes. From there we went to the crater ...
We left Victor Harbour quite early so Mia could have a sleep while we drove to Mount Gambier.
We thought it would be nice to stop in Murray Bridge and see if we could take one of the steamboats on the Murray River.
Ha, the only day that we decide to take a tour, and they aren't operating :( Poo!!!
Couldn't believe it. We were quite disappointed. We drove down to the actual river and took some photos of the steamboats that were moored on the ...
... meant to be and discovered a dried up muddy hole which I am sure is the home to a beautiful pink lake at the start of the summer when there has been a significant amount of rain. So we pushed on and headed to Adelaide with a couple of stops for big things, obviously!!
What we didn’t realise about the final stretch of the trip was that it was going to be much like crossing the Great Dividing range again. The get into Adelaide we needed to first get ...
... as I've never done it before!) to take the kids bikes off the back of the caravan as jared was unhitching, thankfully the kids were still in the car engrossed in their audiobooks. All of a sudden I heard "ahhhhhhhhhh" and the whole van rolled backwards into me and the kids bikes. Thankfully i was fine so I ran forward to make sure Jared was fine (thankfully he was too) to find the van tow bar on the ground. Now for the uninitiated, our caravan ...