Econo Lodge Kingston
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... and 2 pubs. We had a choice for Melbourne Cup. Lost our money but had a fun time at the pub watching the locals get into the swing of things.
We walked the Jetty and then take a look at Cape Jaffa Lighthouse. The Lighthouse is 41 metres high. It was operational till 1973.
The sunsets at Kingston are some of the best we have ever seen. We stayed two nights and each afternoon the beach is the place to be to see these amazing sunsets. The colours ...
... and had lunch at Meningie by the lake.
We were going to stop at Coorong National Park but with the bad weather at the moment and no signs ...
... lovely! We stumbled into the countries first German settlement at Hahndorf and holy cow ....... Just stunning. Ron has to bring Sue here! The Edge can follow! Trigg was a bit unsettled for a few days but is in the rhythm now with half a back seat and two blankets to his name. The car is jammed and half of it not needed. Life I guess. We have 7 pairs of "loose" shoes that are maddening but the guitar and ukulele is right ...
... after a great chat and look over both buses, we decided to move on down to the Coorong.
The road down beside the Coorong is a bouncy one, as are most of South Australian’s roads that we have come across. We stopped for the night at The Granites Camp site, which is on the beach and only 20km north of Kingston SE, the Granites is a stunning ...
... Unfortunately the photographer was a bit slack and forgot about taking photos while we were there so the only photo I have of Stuart & Sharlene is when they passed us on their way south for the weekend (they are towing the camper trailer ahead in the fast lane).
Next stop was Adelaide ...