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... to ensure I eat or I get a bit flat. But we are walking up at a steady pace, probably a bit slower than I would normally, but it means I can just keep going. Feet ok, feel sore but ok.
Our mule robust is quite cute, very wrong & quite a character. .
A rally beautiful day, the scenery is beyond description, sheer rock needles, snow, huge mountains, rivers, lakes, cows. All in all the best day so ...
The day started very well with a cup of tea and a rainstorm shower. Then it got better with fresh fruit and bacon and egg. Over breakfast I was able to publish the blog for yesterday and I'll do the same with this one tomorrow.
Then we set off to explore the town a bit. It's one of the nicest we've stayed in. Lovely clean streets, proper buildings with an upstairs, made of brick. A church with a steeple. ...
... they say if I put a bit of corn on I will catch a carp for sure, always want to know what happened to the gold fish we flushed as kids. It's now the 9th April and we are still here at Greens Lake, after going in to a little town called Rochester for supplies and a look. Also to see Dr so Rhonda could get more patches, I ended up getting flu shot as well, all went smoothly. We had originally planned to shift camp to Aysons Reserve until after ...
... that is been restored.The boat trip was great as the engine chuffed up the river we could see trees with lots of roots clinging onto the bank and others that had fallen over because there wasn't enough soil. We went to the bridge that still is the only crossing over the Murray and it has been there since the late 1800s. Then we went on a guided tour of the wharf area with a guide giving us lots of details about the area and how ...
Visiting the riverside town of Echuca, famous for its wooden wharves and paddle steamers. It was a busy port many years ago. Now tourist boats travel the waters, and house boats.
We decided to head out of town to a free camp on the bend of the river. Dry and hot, we were entertained once again by the water skiiers being ...