Our caravan Park is right by the Blue lake
Its Cave Day. Not National Cave day just our cave day
Garden Cave right in the middle of Mount Gambier
It’s a down, down, down, day. What follows – up, up up. Bit like any normal day I suppose!!!
Met a couple at the bottom of Umphrestone and we were giggling – how did they mow the lawns? Apparently their son works as a gardener in Canberra parliamet. There is a garden & lawn there that is inaccessible. They have to take lawnmowers and wheelbarrows through the corridors of power! They’ve tried mowing a few politicians down – no luck!!
Princess Margaret Rose Caves are a corridor but Tantanoola Caves are like a majestic Amphitheatre
We took a walk over the cavesGranite Quarry
Port Macdonnell – what a wild place even in the summer
Thought we might get a meal here in the town – no luck restaurants closed on Mondays – even though they said open 7 days. Must be the other Monday!
This is an extinct volcano and no we didn’t climb it we’d done enough up, up ups for the day.
Back to Mt Gambier. Delicious fresh Crayfish supper in the local pub. Ollie’s a happy chappy.
After large egg & bacon brekky decide we’ve done enough caves for a while.
Golf – Our golf passport (cost $35 gives discount at loads of courses around Oz – we pay for 1 and 1 goes free). It has well and truly paid us back so we went to play 18 holes at Mt Gambier. Possibly a mistake as it got to 33 degrees and my golf showed it.
Thought we’d cook our leg of lamb in camp kitchen oven to save heating up the caravan – think again – someone got there before us – in fact there was a queue!! Obviously great minds think alike.
More later – Happy Birthday to Thomas on 14th Feb