The Barn Accommodation
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... stopping at Port Fairy. This had a highly recommended bakery, which supplied our brunch, which we then ate in our car, looking out to sea, because it was now raining! Which made us feel very British indeed, bringing back many memories of doing this over the years! Anyway while we were sitting there we read about the walk around Griffiths Isalnd, which was just next to us where we had parked, and as the shower passed, we thought why not! This island ...
Waking up and sharing lazy morning will soon be over, so we chilled out for as long as we could stand it in the RV. Drove the last few Klms into Kingston and had a look around the jetty area. Mass was at 11:00 and we enjoyed chatting with folks after the Service. Lunch was on the way to Robe because the weather is going to change for the worse tomorrow so we decided to head ...
... bluebells and snowdrops in bloom. That, along with the lambs and calves we passed on route remind us that it is spring out here. The second spring of the year for us!
We then headed up the volcano. One of Australia's youngest volcanoes a sign says, but the last eruption was about 4,800 years ago so we conclude it's probably safe. The crater now contains a couple of lakes within its rim. Blue lake, which changes colour throughout the year, being grey over winter ...
... loudly for Michael) that saying the words "left" or "right" is the correct way of giving directions.
Not that Michael did a very good of navigating when we all left Humpty Doo in separate cars. The boys were to head to Darwin Airport, we were heading to Katherine. On existing Humpty Doo Michael turns right on the Arnhem Highway. Craig said should turn left, Michael says we have to go in opposite direction ...
... in the entire area of about 100km! But the gods were obviously looking down on us as it was perfect for what we needed. It had no pool or jumping pillow and hence no children, it only had about 30 pitches which were taken up with long term residents in huge mobile home type caravans so the kitchen and shower block were pretty much all ours. It turns out that this is a site favoured by Aussies who are having homes built or renovated. It was right ...