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... might be in luck. We grabbed our things and went in to check it out. I have discovered a new pleasure in life and it's the feeling of finding a hot shower when you've had to resort to cold ones or going without for a week or so! After our amazing shower we drove back the way we came and stopped off at a place called 'squeaky beach' for some lunch. After a fit lunch of scrambled eggs on toast for Kirsty and a fried egg sarnie for myself we walked down to the ...
... for our picnic. After lunch we walked around the lake and watched some pedaloes on the water. We then took a path through the bush to a wishing well. It was quite a long way but well worth the walk although the well wasn't much to look at.
We were quite hot by now so we found a cafe for cold drinks. When we got back to the station, another train had arrived with a shiny ...
... That takes up to the end of September and winter should be well behind us and we can head into New South Wales with the sun on our backs.
Our membership for Happy House Sitters ran out this week so I've cancelled the email updates for new sits, so we don't get the temptation to apply for more!
We need to get this travelling on the boil, I still feel like we are on a slow jog or even the warm up stage, ...
... heard about by a artist who lived in the area, William Rickets. His sculptures examined Aboriginal relationships with the land and Westerners. He was a 'while fella' and I guess in the sixties at the height of his fame his work was pretty controversial. His legacy is a very serene park where his work has found a natural home. His work is certainly a bit quirky but there is no doubt he was totally sincere and wanted to explore our ...
When we woke on Tuesday there was an amazing amount of condensation in the van, it was cold but fortunately the sun was shining. After visits from a variety of ducks, a beautiful cobalt blue coot and two black swans - remember we were camped by the lagoon - we dried out things as best we could and hit the road for Castlemaine.
We made a stop in Ararat where there was a lovely textile exhibition in the Regional Gallery. John met ...
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