Junction Motel Maryborough
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... on the Bluff) and all their bedding got wet. So a rather dodgy clothes line was erected and, as I'm sure it was more than 100 years ago, sheets flapped in the wind.
Tyler and Jason took a run up Zeka Spur for phone signal and the rest of us just relaxed and enjoyed our surroundings. The kids loved it here. There is so much space, and they always seemed to be busy doing something (usually with rocks or sticks!)
Once Ty and Jason ...
Les and I walked again this morning and Helen and Bruce came down and we went to a coffee shop for breakfast. Half way through breakfast, Helen ended up in tears and Bruce took her to the local hospital. Les then decided to go and see if he could find someone else to fix the leg on the snail. The first garage that we called into was happy to have a go and $100 and half a day later all was fixed. He also gave us a few hints on the mechanism and how ...
... pulling it apart, with help from other travellers, but we need a mechanic. All good as it is only one leg and the snail is stable with only the two back legs down. We are pondering the problem at the moment.
We went down to the closest pub for dinner and Helen and I had golden syrup dumplings for dessert.
They have a brilliant new camp kitchen here as well so we ended up joining a party there until bedtime.
Another enjoyable ...
... deisel at a cheaper price than Albury!? and pump service too no less (full driveway service, Ash tells me!) I was enjoying the sites so much I forgot to take photos......Sheeesh!
Along the way to Avoca was very typical gold mining country so similar to Beechworth and Chiltern which we are so familiar with.
We found our preplanned (yep quick learners are we.....) Free Camp with the odd name of Bung Bong, ...
... the gluten free Halloween theme cupcake that came with it. We shared the treat. Very nice. (Reminds us - more exercise needed.)
Heaps of interesting stories in its history and local authorities have it right; there is a guided walking tour of the old part of town every day. Very interesting. Fact one - the only inland town to have a shipping port for direct landing of new settlers from Europe in the 1800's. Fact two - birthplace of Pamela Travers, author of ...