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... used to catch up on a few admin type tasks, Dr's appt, haircuts for Mick and Aero, washed car etc....all boring mundane things that still need to be done. We finished up with a lovely dinner at the Pier Hotel overlooking the Port and foreshore.
On Wednesday (11 Mar) Mick took the kayak out for what was going to be just an hour or so paddle around (no fishing). He ended up going a little further than planned and was gone a little over ...
... get the chairs setup and we are pretty much done.
We took a long walk along the beach and Aero had a good run and swim. Odd being on a beach with no other footprints in the sand. Later in the afternoon we met the local farmer (Peter) who owns the land that the camp is on. As a keen caravaner himself he decided that he could put an otherwise useless bit of land (too rocky and close to the salt water) to good use as a free camp.
In the ...
... of a spot with amazing cliffs and some serious waves. Well worth the crazy winds that nearly blew us off the hill. By this stage we were having a grand old time wandering about and checking out all these bays, before again realising that time was slipping away and we needed to once again get a move on. We stopped in and had lunch in Elliston, before continuing all the way down the peninsula to the ...
... beachfront (in the shade!) chowing on a hotdog and a toastie. Reconsidering our fishing expedition for the day, on medical grounds (our skin should have had a fire hazard) we decided to head back to the campsite, and of course crack open a beer, do some reading and settle down as Albert and Ethel for the night. Over to Flinders Ranges National Park tomorrow, we are hoping Mount Remarkable lives up to the name!
... to Port Lincoln, arriving on the morning of the 18th January 1952. So began the tuna industry on its long journey.
Then Fred took us past waterfront houses of the rich and famous, most with very large, luxury boats moored in front of them, which apparently get little use!
After completing the cruise we had a milkshake from Wendy's and walked along the foreshore where there is a statue of Makybe Diva, a ...