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Headed off around 9:00 and called into Kelli's on the way to drop suitcase off for Steve. We drove along the Goukburn Valley highway through Shepparton, Tocumwal and onto the Newell highway through Jerilderie onto Finley for the night. We stayed at the Finley Showgrounds for the night which was $10 per night, including water and electricity. Very very cold night, probably close to zero overnight, thank heavens we had power as we left the heater on low ...
... oh.......... I had just been calibrating the touch screen on the GPS and didn't realize it, thinking it was a game. I actually AM a 9 year old child. I then proceeded to laugh until I cried, all alone in my car in the parking lot surrounded by man-eating parrots at this abandoned homestead. YIKES. It was a low but hilarious moment.
So after that, I stopped by a few beaches, enjoyed a couple walks and reading spots, and then walked through town ...
... trip time mark, which usually means I start going a little loopy in the car and singing along to my iPod at the top of my lungs. So there was no lack of entertainment :) Speaking of driving, I'm getting pretty good at driving on the left! Well..reasonably speaking. Anytime I'm confused on where I should go or which lane I should follow, I keep having to say to myself "keep left keep left keep left!" Actually, my biggest challenge at this point is staying in the middle of ...
... s no shelter there. All you can do is try. No matter, we play off ground tiggy with the kids on the excellent playground before heading to Stony Point for a picnic lunch. This is where you can get the ferry to French Island. We nearly did a Woofer (Willing worker on organic farm) stop here but you are not allowed to take cars to the island unless you live there so we'd have to leave the car and camper trailer which would ...
... a great evening catching up with them, we had spent quite a bit of time with them travelling down the west coast and hadn’t seen them since Albany so there was plenty of reminiscing and catching up to do.
Next day we went for a bike ride along Point Nepean Road, though Rye, Sorrento and Portsea right out to the very end of the Peninsula where the remains of the old Defence Posts from WW1 still stand today. On our way out to the point we rode past ...