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... the town in the morning, sorted some stuff out at the post office, then some school in the afternoon plus a few swims and loads of washing. It was really nice to just chill out for a bit and not do too much.
Friday morning we spent a few hours at a local park. It was huge and the kids had a great time.
We headed off again after that towards Port Fairy and Portland. We camped at ...
... covered in sawdust! He told me that despite being from Apollo Bay the local council had offered him berth in Port Fairy due to his skills in traditional crafts (cray pots) and gift of the gab. This was seen as a boon to the tourist trade. What a forward thinking council! We chatted for quite some time and he proudly showed me through his boat 'Putty's Pride' and explained the radar, depth finder, fish finder etc. I also got to see down below, the tiny galley, and office, ...
... repetitive although was very attractive with many coves and small bays.
We arrive at the motel and receive a warm welcome from Barbara. Our studio type apartment is very comfortable with a large bathroom complete with spa bath and separate shower. The swimming pool is very welcome after a day in the car, topped off with a glass of wine in the sunshine!
... of monsters attached to trees on the trail than anything to do with cycling.
As far as rail trails go it suffered the usual drawbacks (flat, straight, predictable) as well as the usual benefits (flat,straight, predictable). At least that was the case for the first half dozen or so kilometres. For at least 5 locations in the next 6 kilometres or so there were creek crossings well below the usual rail bridges which had long since fallen into a state of disrepair. ...
... this - I threw up bit in my mouth. Oh dear. I guess I really was a bit ill or something then. I still had 4 or 5 miles to Terang left, and it was mind over matter time. I could sit here and feel sick, or ride and feel sick. No one was going to come and help me after all. My riding speed was extremely slow now, and I was all over the place slipping on the gravel and dropping my sunglasses at one point. Fortunately I met the main road again, and only had 2 miles or so left. ...