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... an area renowned for it's wine and great food so we are going to enjoy it!
We did a little bit of shopping after that, including a trip to a local farm shop where we picked up some bacon. This is a very nice little town, looking forward to more exploring over the next few days. We are especially excited to be here as our good friends Greg and Tara are making the trip over from Sydney for a long weekend with us. ...
... although that doesn't stop me from having a sip of most of the whites and some of the reds. Before we know it we're back on the bus for the last two visits for the day. The first is to a cheese factory and the second is what all the men on the bus have been waiting for, it a visit to the micro brewery. We purchase a tasting paddle each, but thee are only a couple of beers that I actually enjoy. So I pass them on to a couple of other ...
... They are only sheared seven times in their life then are sent to market. Who can eat lamb? Not me for sure. It was feeding time. No, not for the older sheep, this time the precious little lambs. They were so cute. We each had a baby bottle and a lamb to feed. I have never in my life done anything like this. After the lambs were fed we were shown how they pack the wool to be sent off to another country to ...
... of the tour we think we had eaten around $7 worth of chocolate, which was the cost of a packet of the mini buttons. Funny enough we did not feel the need to purchase anything here!
We moved onto the Cheese Factory and tried several different kinds. We purchased a creamy cheddar, which was delicious with our lunch for the next couple of days.
Our final stop for the day was The Cheeky Monkey Brewery. You could purchase a tasting ...
... up over our boots), we walked up the headland and just turned into the most delightfully sheltered campsite, with a magnificent grove of trees (probably melaleucas) and not too far from a water source. Not a designated campsite, but a lovely one!
Not seen one other soul on the track today.
At Bob's Hollow, walking under a series of limestone ...