Warrenmang Vineyard & Resort
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We made the short drive to Ballarat before making the long drive to Stawell to sleep.
Ballarat is the epicentre of the Australian gold rush and there is a recreation of the conditions of Ballarat at Sovereign Hill - an open air museum and historical park, equipped with period costume wearing actors.
We had a ball here and learnt a hell of a lot about the gold rush in Australia. We also were ...
... a long chat to the man - about Sunliners, rescued animals etc. His pets are from rescue places too.
We packed up after that as it was still far too windy, plus Mum's boss had just rang up and she had to work the next day. We decided to head for Mt Franklin and stay the night there as it is quick to get home from there for Mum to go to work in the afternoon.
... the best chair for a bit of a rest when I wanted to.
The girls played in the pools and rode their bikes around everywhere - I think the boys were still asleep in the truck ( it's a 4 x 4 camper)
After a lazy lunch everybody decided to go into town - I think it's pretty close, perhaps 4kms away - so we minded the camps and also Mannie while they went.
... so I put my rain jacket on for some extra warmth, and got going on the 25 miles or so to the next town, Lake Bolac. If I got there, I could either stay the night at the campsite there, or press on the last 30 miles to Ararat. I was in a cold sweat as I rode - probably a combination of the extra layers, the low temperature and remnant illness. Fortunately the wind was helping me out, and I made excellent time. I could see the Grampian Ranges to my left, looming over the otherwise ...
... Dad think that I will run away or something. As if! I know where my travel home is... and that's where Dinner is served as well! I HATE travelling, so I complain a lot the first day, then Mum gets me out of the cage for a short break until I wriggle too much - then it's back inside pronto! I give them a bit of a break the next day and settle down - but give out the odd whinge - it does pay to keep them on their toes.