BEST WESTERN Golden Grain Motor Inn
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... way to Melbourne so its quite busy and the trucks roar past. The wind picked up at about 2am and the caravan was shaking so much I nearly got sea sick as we hadn't bothered to put the legs down. Not a lot of sleep was to be had but that happens sometime. We watched a delightful movie called Mozart and the Whale to entertain ourselves before attempting sleep. Tomorrow we travel to the Grampians to enjoy some of the walks up ...
... a guided tour to Alexandra Cave. It was pretty amazing. We also went through the wet cave, which wasn't really wet, but still pretty good. We found a spot for lunch near the swimming lake (which we have decided we are coming back to in summer for a long weekend). It is a massive man made lake that looks like a giant swimming pool. It has a sandy beach on one side and a ...
Very cold day today, went to Marli's sports day and she came 3rd in the 75m and her relay team came 1st! We knew it was cold when Brod got cold and needed to get a blanket from U Grahams car. Spent the afternoon in the Grampians and Halls Gap, hope to go back and camp next ...
... on when travelling on a sunny day but today was one of those exceptions. It felt so cold.
We set up camp at Mt Arapiles-Tooan State Park in Victoria which is near Horsham.
This location is known as one of Australia’s best rock climbing areas.
The landscape with spectacular near vertical rock formations an awesome sight.
We spent some time watching different groups of people climbing and abseiling ...
... re finishing later than most! The clean up consisted of shovelling and sweeping old grain from bunkers, old grain ******* stinks. But we were getting $24ph for it so can't complain! Once the harvest got into swing we had our proper jobs, me and Amy were grain samplers, we were the first port of call for the farmers, took a sample of their grain using huge probes and put it through a variety of tests to discover which value of grain it was. Basically we ...