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... cruise along the Murray River. After the cruise we spent some more time exploring the shops and buildings in the Pioneer Settlement before heading to a nearby park to enjoy a coffee and watch the kids play.
Continuing our journey along the Murray River the following day, we stopped in at Echuca to wander around the Port of Echuca and of course burn off some energy in the playground.
The Murray River system and the riverside towns ...
Responded to the alarm at 5am, washed and had coffee, and was at the Memorial Gates at the required time of 5.50am ( just 200meters away from where we're camped. About 200 attended the service from the surrounding community and other campers, a local Vietnam Veteran spoke of a Alexander Burton, a Nyah local and Great great Uncle of the local shop keeper who in August of 1915 was killed in action, and was posthumously awarded the Victoria Cross. At the breakfast that followed ...
Today we travelled to Nyah after spending 2 days in Echuca.
Echuca did however teach us an important lesion, dirt is not your friend. The spot where we were camp on by the Murray River was very dry and dusty, and after 2 day it was everywhere.
Aaron also managed to catch another fish this morning so he is currently very happy with himself.
Today on our way to Nyah we had a pee break at Lake Boga (Lake Boogie according to the kids) where we say fish ...
... kookaburras in the trees. Loxton is an attractive town, a variety of shops are found on the wide main street divided by a green central reserve and well shaded with trees. It is not overwhelmingly touristy and is a pleasant place to spend a few days. I visited a recreation of a pioneer village which included the wood and mud hut built by Loxton the first settler in the area and a pepper tree planted by his wife.
Close to the caravan site there was the ...
... we had met along the Nullabor, Bev and Max from Werribee and Leigh and Chris from Sth Adelaide area, together with Anne and Chris from Melbourne. We didn't do a lot of sightseeing along the Eyre Peninsula coastline as we had done it all before, 3 years ago. After Elliston, a town which looked like it had had a " facelift" over the last couple of years, we made our way inland to Cummins and the 12 kms up to Yeelanna to visit Eldo and Anne Glover, whom we had met last time ...