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... one swooped on me at Bendigo last year!
We had a good fire that night - Mum got a bag of local wood from the Lions Club chap when he collected the fees. He told Mum about the pelicans and the fish and all about how they have not had enough rain to keep the lake filled. It looks quite sad like it is, so hope they get a bit of rain. He said they had had a few tornados ...
... 5 a night. We set up and went off to a couple of wineries. Enjoyed the Mount Avocado tasting. Photo of wines we bought attached. Had a great time touring around and then went back to enjoy the sunset. Beautiful. Then on Monday, 31 st March we went to JWard. It was a hospital for the criminally insane, originally a prison. Ended up taking all the psych patients ...
... and is the home of the Seppelt Winery (Great Western Champagne) and they store their wine in underground drives (tunnels) built over 100 years ago.
One day we went for a drive to The Grampians National Park. A rugged mountain range to the west of Ararat. The views are spectacular, the rock formations and escarpments are breathtaking. We can see ...
... him, of course!
Then it was all hands on deck to get Brenda's tent erected - a new one she had not used before. Just as well Dad had plenty of tent pegs on board as Brenda could not find hers as the boys had packed her truck for her! Well, boys will be boys.
All set up eventually, and it was time for a late "Happy Hour" - which my lot had already started ...
... at about 8pm... :-) delicious breakfast with sausage rolls and pies (Viv) and massive chicken sandwich (me). Port Fairy - hm. not seen much of it. poor Viv had to work again. but the drive there was beautiful and well worth it. The drive along the coast was a delight on its own. Limestone cliffs (Twelve apostles, London bridge) beautiful and eerie coves... i was hoping to see some sea-wrecked ships but they have probably all sunk and we've seen instead the spots where ...