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... ensues, we're both very relaxed.
Our last day (already!?) We fill up a few buckets of manure and drive them to the top of the garden. We dig out weeds from under the fig & apple trees, turn the soil, add the manure and mulch it over to finish. There's 9 trees in the top row to do and we get it done by lunch-time. It's very hot and actually harder work than lifting logs because of all the crouching and digging.
As a ...
... the kids on and give some room for the adults to play. Diving and swimming off the sand and salt from earlier, it was a lovely pool to chill out at, giving the murky spa a miss. It was also Nanna nap time to dry off, the perfect way to pass by a couple of hours doing not a lot. Once the sun had removed itself with its natural sun screen, we headed to the camp cafe to purchase some wedges & took ourselves back, borrowing a poolside chair to return to ...
... early night. The next morning Tara had a great agenda of local sightseeing for us. We got up and dressed and headed to "Historic Beechworth" (via Yackandadah) which is a really cute local town, it sprung up in the gold mining era and still very much had that Wild West look and feel to the place. Our first stop was the famous Beechworth Bakery, where we met Kat (Tara's friend who I have met up with a number of times both in the UK and Sydney). We had a tea and ...
... few weeks we have been touched by melancholy, and occasionally that horrid cold and hollow stomach that tells you all is not fine. Friends and fellow travellers along our southern meander have been just wonderful and understanding, we thank each of you.
Berry! Now here is a picturesque small village with a deep community spirit which even the traveller can feel. It has an English countryside feel with many old brick homes encircled by ...
... have spent some time with fellow helpx-ers Clare and Russell, they are from New Zealand but like us are ex-poms, they have traveled the rough journey through Australia that we plan to follow and were heading back to Melbourne to fly home to New Zealand, so it was good to pick their brains about the east coast all the way past Cairns.
I think its made us come to the realisation that we needed to put a cap on how long we were prepared to travel around Australia, without ...