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In the morning we woke up and had breakfast and packed up. Then we went to the hot springs spa and then we left the camp site and we saw the outside museum that was very cool. Then we went to THE BUBBLER and at THE BUBBLER we saw some very big bubbles coming out if the hot springs. This is part of the String of Springs that are part of The Great Australian Artesian Basin which are underground springs that start in Queensland and cover 2/3 Of Australia. There were ...
... We had a tour of an old war ship that was used to detonate mines and then off to find somewhere to stay the night. After much driving around we decided to stay at a free camping spot at Fitzgerald Bay. There was only short scrubby vegetation lots of wind and peoples rubbish everywhere (very sad and ...
We headed off along the Murray River and made our way along to Koondrook to catch up with
Judy and John and check out their block of dirt and the newly erected shed. With the boys
working hard to put on the power it was wonderful to meet Clayton and his crew,
John working hard with his tractor and Judy busy with charging ...
... Church was in the church when we arrived. It was 38 degrees outside about 11am and 25 in the chapel. .... was very interesting and he took some photos for us which was lovely.
We took some great shots of the town and underground homes from the Big Winch lookout and then headed off to an underground pub for a cold beer.
Weather was warm and we had a lovely two day stay and may stop here on the way back to go down a working mine.
... exactly the same time, the wind picked up and the drizzle started. We called it a night and climbed into the camper for what can only be described as a rocky night's sleep due to the howling winds.
The french people must have not only been disappointed that they missed the sunset, but I'm sure their recount of their experience at the campsite would differ greatly from ours as they also had to set up their tent in the wind, rain and ...
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