Comfort Inn Clare Central
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... veel meer boeren land dan wijngaarden langs de oude "trein route". Prachtige rode Angus koeien en veek schapen. Toen we eenmaal in Penwortham aankwamen bleek er helaas geen koffie en gebak plek te zijn. We wandelde terug naar Sevenhill en het Red Grape Café.
Na de lunch gingen we naar Clare voor wat boodschappen zodat we weer klaar zijn om te verhuizen.
Lots of love/Groetjes,
Shirley and Mark
... the husband of my first cousin Cheryl (nee Norman). Geoff also has some very interesting stories about his period on Christmas Island, keeping the sewerage plants operating in spite of some attempts at sabotage. However, I have gone off on a tangent, haven’t I!
Tomorrow we are heading off to Hawker, a small town on the original Ghan line, but no longer served by rail. Hawker is the gateway to Wilpena Pound and the Northern Flinders ...
... a lot of old stuff including old Land Rovers outside. We are now travelling South for a short distance the same road as we came up 96 days ago. Arrived at Clare Racecourse at 1:30 pm. Not a lot of flat spots where you can also get power but we all set up eventually. After lunch went to Supermarket and Information Centre. We have 2 nights here and tomorrow night are going out to a Pub in Town for dinner. Much cooler tonight and put heater ...
... undulating valley behind the main valley that runs between Auburn and Clare. It is quite wooded and does not seem like a hospitable environment for vines. However, they produce a surprising variety of both white and red wines and our little lunch cellar door was enjoying a roaring trade from customers who obviously appreciate the fine wine this little valley produces.
Back in our cottage with the flickering flames of the combustion fire - a perfect ending to ...
... grand home that was built in 1879 and was more
recently used as the Boarding School for Young Ladies in the film “Picnic at
was good fun! We wandered around – and
around again – in and out of the tall fragrant hedges, eventually finding our
way to the centre, answering the little quiz sheet (on the many gnomes resident
in the maze) on the way. Better ...