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Having set out from Victor Harbour about 9am ,filling up with petrol for the long drive ,we set off along the coast before turning North through Strathalbyn and picking up the Freeway Eastward.At Tailem Bend we picked up the A8 for he next long haul to Boardertown ,where we stopped for a break.Onward to Horsham the next big town and then turning …
... so we started out, did a bit for 30 minutes, returned to photograph the emus at the headquarters building where we started. I know we could have just gone to the emu farm south of Phoenix, but I like to think these two emus in the park reserve at least won't end up in burgers or on pizzas.
We drove a bit farther to check out Port Fairy for Gill. No fairies we could find, but then given the town started out as a ...
... br> But, alas. It was time to leave the friendly place and onto Dunkeld and into the Grampians National Park where I am now camping for several days. Tonight’s camp is in the Victoria Valley where I had my bath in a swamp. You may be interested to know that I haven’t turned into a toad yet. See below for proof.
Getting closer to the hills...
... a go driving in Australia for the first time though Victoria and she wasn't too bad considering everything is backwards from how she is used to! Kaniva was always a popular town as we were kids driving through: "Kaniva ice cream?" we used to say! We stopped a little later at the McDonalds in Horsham for a Fanta Spider, which was actually pretty good.
Eventually we saw the hills of the Grampians looming in the distance with Mount Zero being the ...
... in the van on the bed, thank you. Caity, Holly and the boys made tin foil potatoes in the fire. A few people reported that they were a "bit crunchy"! Ah well, that's campfire cooking for you - no heat gauges, eh, girls?
Wednesday - time to pack up for home. Took rather a while for the tent campers, but we tried to help a bit. I did not have much to offer as I was still sulking a bit after the day before so ...