Day 7, Wednesday April 24th 2013, Apollo Bay to Home Finally, the rain stops, and everything looks washed clean. As we leave the town is coming to life for the music festival and 3 huge tents are now dominating the … Continue reading Muster’s End
Day 6, Tuesday April 23rd 2013 Apollo Bay It rained heavily overnight and we were up several times checking on the awning, it’s time we got some awning de flappers and by the amount of mud that we’re tracking into the van, a sheet of proper outside matting wouldn’t go astray. The last of the club leave for Johanna Beach and home. It’s been great fun and we’re already looking forward to the next muster with them. We drive to Wye River and intend to have lunch at the ‘Store’ which is now run by a top chef but they … Continue reading No lunch today
Day 5 Monday April 22nd 2013 touring Gellibrand and Johanna, Vic It rained during the night, but the morning is clear and bright. With the Muster now officially over, the camp starts to break up. Two vans are headed to … Continue reading Gellibrand & Johanna
Day 4, Sunday April 21st 2013 Apollo Bay We wake to a bright warm morning, there is a produce market happening in Apollo Bay with lots of home-grown goodies. The weather is turning cool as we meet for a game … Continue reading Clipped by Klop
Day 3, Saturday April 20th 2013, Apollo Bay Up early for another sunrise, the photography is fun, so too are the rock hopping and the bird watching. And there are seals out there. It is a beautiful sunny day, we … Continue reading Rock hopping
Day 2, Friday April 19th 2013, Marengo Beach, Apollo Bay Up early to catch the sunrise on the beach, it’s chilly and invigorating and certainly long pants weather. The rock shelf is tessellated and very flat. I find a family’s … Continue reading Touring the Otways
Deciding that we needed to know a heck of a lot more than we did about the ins and outs of caravanning, we joined the local branch of the Australian Caravan Club. Our first outing was to meet them at … Continue reading It’s time we joined a caravan club!
Day 19, Easter 2013 Tarnagulla to Home Towing Kms: 240Kms Summary 4555 kilometres 13.8 litres per 100 kms (Ford Territory) Lessons learned The Hume Highway is excellent except for a short section at Holbrook. There are plenty of good rest … Continue reading Where to next?
Day 14 – 18, Easter 2013 Tarnagulla, Vic I wake several times during the night with a very cold nose. The morning is cool and we all front up for bacon and eggs in the kitchen. There are a few … Continue reading Easter in Tarnagulla
Day 13, Thursday March 28th 2013 Tocumwal to Tarnagulla We pack up in the rain, this has been a wet holiday. We pick up the Easter meat from our old mate Mick Haynes’ Tocumwal Butchery and head off. At Koonoomoo … Continue reading A home among the gumtrees