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... is private property, the mine mess hall is now a museum come visitors centre, the streets are closed and there are no shops open - even the gold course is a bit bare. The mine has reopened so it may bring life back to a town that, in its heyday, was 3500 plus. The camp ground filled very quickly from 5pm as travelers tried to get away from the wind, it howled all night but by morning (another glorious sunrise) it had abated to a ...
... some of the beautiful mountains & hills of the Flinders Ranges. We stumbled onto a lookout, 7km from the main road & up a dirt track, but it was well worth the look. Some amazingly high views overlooking the mountains.
We are camping at a Bush Camp park tonight, nice & quiet little place in the back of town. We are heading to Petersborough & into some of the Barossa Valley tomorrow. Hoping to be in the north of Adelaide tomorrow night anyway. ...
... Church was in the church when we arrived. It was 38 degrees outside about 11am and 25 in the chapel. .... was very interesting and he took some photos for us which was lovely.
We took some great shots of the town and underground homes from the Big Winch lookout and then headed off to an underground pub for a cold beer.
Weather was warm and we had a lovely two day stay and may stop here on the way back to go down a working mine.
... hearted husband was up a tree taping a nest made out of a UHT
milk container to a branch in an effort to save its tiny cheeping occupant!
Crisis averted, we were able to breakfast and pack up ready
to hit the road bound for Port Augusta. Once again, we were driving mainly
through wheat farming territory, the golden fields broken up occasionally by
bizarre white lakes, which the men in my ...
As we get closer to moving back into our home, I get less and less inclined to complete this blog. All we really want to do is to enjoy each day, keep meeting new people, visit new places - I am still amazed that I love travelling like this so much, I could keep going!
Margaret River was wonderful, particularly as we were there for their third annual Food and Wine Festival. Chefs from all over the world were there, so got to see Heston ...
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