Paddle Steamer Emmylou
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- Free parking
- Shuttle bus service
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... where I grew up, this is the time when sheep have their babies and I did enjoy seeing all the little lambs running around the paddocks. It is usually not too cold at the start of winter but this year it has come in early.
As I travelled north on the eastern side of the Grampians mountains it was drizzly rain,slowly getting finer as i headed north. Today is the Queens birthday weekend and there was a lot of vehicles including vans on the road heading home.
... and top up the batteries. I found a leak in the bathroom cupboard and had to take everything out to dry it up, Merv found where the water had got in, a loose washer, so, that's fixed.
Eventually we head into Echuca, buy two new mobile phones and now we have the afternoon only to do some sightseeing. I had read a brochure on Echuca and decided our best option was to go to the Historic Port of Echuca. This ...
... Augusta. Drove back to Nyah via Nyah west which was a sad dying town, post office, general store mitre 10 and Butcher shop. The rest of the shops along the Main Street were dilapidated and had obviously been shut for some years. Once back at Nyah we set up in a nice grassy spot away from the river. Met the local bee keeper and settled in for the rest of the day. Decided to stay until after the weekend and attend the Swan Hill/Nyah ANZAC dawn service ...
Jeff and I walk around Bendigo city and visit the Military Museum and the Chinese Precinct. We call into an old book store and buy some books to read as we travel. Jeff loves to read and I'm starting to relax and read too. I'm half way through my fourth book which is a real achievement for me. Last year I only finished one!
The next day we ...
... will be greeted with the new improved and expanded area. On our visit to the woodworking shop even the coated, huge Rottweiler dog was asleep. The owner worked the lathe, briefly looked up at his two cold visitors (us) then returned to the turning of a bowl, fine shavings falling onto the dog's coat.
The sun was out on our drive to view the camping spots along the Murray. The bright yellow wattle blossoms gave colour to ...