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Wow. Got up at 6am to go to the ladiesroom. Met up with Sherman and Carly on the way. Then got back to bed, couldn't sleep but forced myself to really put an effort. Around 2pm Jenni woke me up- I was shocked. Was it that late already? Anyway I got a good rest. She cooked me some eggs for breakfast/lunch and then off we went to see Kelsey's hockey match. She is unfortunately slightly injured so couldn't see her play today. It was freeezing. There ...
... at Norwood and settled in for a few good days in Adelaide.
It was a physically challenging but enjoyable day - one that reminded us of the fickleness of the weather - and how during our trip a few years ago when we were prevented from climbing Ayers Rock due to hot weather. This time round it was the cloud and rain. Oh well, I suppose this now just becomes a good reason to come back to the Flinders Ranges again sometime soon.
... not look so happy when we handed her all the stuff when we entered. Whatever, now we spend some dry hours in the museum, learned about the culture, european sttlement and the flora and fauna today and before he seddlers arrival. As everywhere unfortunately we europeans have converted a lot of the native forrests into farmland. Hard to read about that but I think it was logical at that time. They came and had to buildup an environment that they and their families could survive. By ...
... 3000 km and 35 hours of driving over generally desolate roads. It was 36°C (97°F) in Adelaide, the hottest day recorded in April when Brian met us at the airport. Brian is Rosamund's Godfather's son. He took us through the wide streets of Adelaide to see the sandstone and bluestone buildings and stopped for a beer at a local pub, and then to his home to meet his wife Jane and son William. We took the dog for a walk and shared ...
... 8221; from the Inn headed towards the strawberry farm, just because we needed to consume more good food). At the Bereenberg Strawberry farm we picked lots of strawberries, we consumed kilograms of strawberries between us, more went into our stomaches than did in the punnet. We left with under a kilogram to take home.
Rather than travel and stay down at Victor Harbour and the surrounding towns we decided to take a day trip to the area.We drove ...