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We awoke to a very dull and rainy day in Elliston so we decided to change our plan.
Instead of going to Port Lincoln where rain was also expected we decided to head north and hopefully find good weather,
A local a Elliston told us about a cross country short cut to Port Augusta it was a 90km trip including 50km of pretty good dirt road...it turned out to be a good choice.
We refueled 3 times just to make sure we had ...
The Flinders region is one that I have wanted to visit ever since I was in my 20s so I didn't want to rush this experience. What I had not realised is there is a "lower Flinders" and "upper Flinders" - most people are aware of Wilpena Pound in the "upper Flinders" but during my research I came across Mt Remarkable, a summit hike that was supposed to give beautiful views of the Willochra Plains and ...
... wines. They were very pleasant wines and we purchased three bottles that cost us $67. Their winery had several interesting metal sculptures and I was taken with them. We then headed back to our B&B and spent the remainder of the afternoon relaxing in the lovely sunshine before the cold settled in again. I also saw many birds in our travels today, White-wing Coughs, Yellow Rosellas, Nankeen Kestrels, Magpies, Kookaburras and ...
... our rolls on the way. We had visited Burra when we stayed in Clare, completing the Burra Passport by visiting the various historical sites in the area. We had remembered that cousin Elouise had raved about the Gaslight Cafe/Bookshop/Antique Store which was closed when we were in Burra last and decided to have a coffee and milkshake stop there. They had cute old fashioned salt and pepper shakers and lots of teacups and saucers ...
Well we have arrived at Wilmington after travelling to Euston yesterday afternoon. We had a good day travelling through some nice country side. We also travelled through a really huge wind farm but as it was a very still day not one was turning. We had morning tea at Morgan overlooking the Murray river. We had lunch at Burra which is a really nice town with lots of well restored ...