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... We sent off the postcards to the grandkids at Tooleybuc and then sought out Nyah in Victoria. We were south of the border.
After a bit of to-and fro-ing we found this recreation camp ground on the banks of the "mighty Murray. It was our first "Free Camp" where we could try out all those power and water and heat items you carry with you on such a trip. Solar worked, so batteries charged and pumps worked. Water from ...
... the area on the hill are quite new and as good as we have seen anywhere.
7.30 Thursday and we front at Murray Downs. This course is as good as they come, and while the golf is not great the walk and the weather are magnificent. Lunch and relax at the van before the next leg to Mildura. ...
... ute in the park which was covered in mosaics. Very unusual. They just love their Utes. The Long Paddock also extends through Deniliquin. It starts at Echuca-Moama through Deniliquin, Wilcannia, Bourke, White cliffs and Broken Hill. Deniliquin is also known for it's famous Peppin Merino Sheep which was bred in Deniliquin and has it's bloodline in more then 90% of the national sheep. There is also a strong dairy cattle industry plus ...
... Murray River. One of the Paddlesteamers was advertising an hours cruise, starting at 10.15am and as it was already 10.05am we decided to buy tickets and take a ride. The Paddlesteamer was called the Pevensey and was built in 1911, and had an authentic working 19th century steam engine. As we steamed along the river we were able to see the steam engine working, and could also visit the Historic Cabins. A fine old boat, and we ...
... motors whirring away. It is a shame they
can’t clean up and repair/reconstruct some of the original equipment and
shedding as it would not only have better eye appeal in the park, but make for
an interesting look back at history.
We have heard a
few kookaburras today but they were all away from us so I asked John to please
find one and place it on a particular branch so that I could take ...