Apartments At York Mansions
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... for a drive into the Tamar Valley and found ourselves at Grindlewald Swish Village, which Tane found a great playground to play at and had a great time.
We then found ourselves at the Beaconsfield Mine Museum. That was really quite good and interesting and we had access to the old mine building etc.
We then packed up the following morning and headed for St Helens on the East Coast.
... was pleasant through the national park and it was gravel which was unusual.
Then it was onto Greens Beach which was another little town on the start of the Tamar River.
We found a lovely Anzac memorial....
The next stop was Kelso and we checked out the caravan park there, as it was right on dusk I got a bit excited as I found my first live Wombat.... All others I had seen were road ...
... home made raspberry liquorish (after being given a sample- that's always how they lure you in!) and shared an amazing freshly roasted lamb burger. Then we came home and quickly made a chickpea salad for lunch (thank goodness for that!) and then dashed off to the World Cup Cricket Match between Australia and Scotland (I knew nothing about cricket but had to jump at the opportunity!) and we ate more ****- fries, wine (Wolfblass wine- their sporting events are so ...
... to say that Vincent was ready. We were actually walking back there when the phone call was received. As we wandered back down the street there was Liz, on the phone to Terry. For some reason Allan was more surprised than Liz or Sharon. She could 'feel' it too.
It was lovely to catch up with our mates. We decided to go to Evandale to the pub for a drink. The drink ended up with dinner. Somehow three hours seemed to have flown past. A lovely lovely day.
... of a waitress who must still be on her P-plates) and we ran into Miles Davis (one of the event organisers). He suggested we bug out due to the time, 3.15pm. Bugger that, I didn't pay all this cashola to take the easy routes unless I absolutely had to. There was still perfectly good riding time left in the day. Maybe if we hadn't spent just over an hour at the cheese café earlier we would have been in a better position. Cheese or riding time, ...