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... then time for the street parade. Ok, so this parade had very little local business advertising, only 2 and one was not even local. The Beechworth bakery had some century old delivery cars in the parade, and the Carlton Draught Beer company had it’s horsedrawn beer wagon with 4 humongously large clydesdale horses in it. The rest of the parade consisted of both above mentioned dance groups and all the bagpipe bands involved. Well, there is only so much bagpipe ...
... way signs - I was frustrated but this is Victoria and they take speeding very seriously although I've not seen so many speed cameras as in WA- however did see several traffic cops. Kept going keen to make progress and realised that my original destination was not going to be realistic. The sat nav was taking me west of the main highway which I was avoiding on purpose as don't like being overtaken by road trains or indeed hassled from behind as ...
... departure we awoke to a glorious day, too late… Rod's parents had spent the last couple of nights on the Ghan as it traveled down from Darwin and we were looking forward to meeting them in Adelaide. Setting up at West Beach was ideal, not only for its coastal location but also for its proximity to the city and Glenelg.
Cleve and Eileen were spending a night in the CBD before joining us and so we joined them for a couple of drinks in ...
... pub that Annie and Bennet run. Get the maps out on the pool table and everyone joins in as to where we should be heading next. Love it.
Back on the road early but not travelling this time, we are tourists today.The gardners kindly put us up for another night, so off up Buffalo mountain (1700metres) with a 1.5km climb to the peak. Fantastic views for ...
... the weather was closing in on us so we decided against a look around. Instead we drove the last 15km to our campsite - Raspberry Hill.
No one in residence so we had the whole place to ourselves. By now it was raining, and we could not get the van level. In the end we had the van settled with it's nose in the air. Appropriate we thought.
Sat Dish out news on, dinner made. Yeah ha we were set for the night.