Friday, November 28, 2014
I find a quiet spot out of the glaring sun to check my email briefly I am glad I did, because I see a notice on fb that my niece and her partner have a little boy!
Mary MacKillop - Eden
|Cache: Mary MacKillop - Eden|
|A bit of fun|
|Patricia enjoying her coffee|
|Interior and ...|
|... exterior of the Hall|
After this encounter we walk back to the van and have lunch at the picnic table at the nearby lookout. Next we drive to Lookout Point at Eden Wharf, and on the way top up fuel and treat ourselves with an icecream. Of course we enjoy the beautiful views at the lookout, and also go in search of the cache, which I find relatively easily again, but have to use stealth as a family is having lunch at a nearby picnic table.
Whale of a Time
|Cache: Whale of a Time|
Besides the museum there is also a museum/craft shop with lots of items made by locals. I by a bobbin for my collection lacework bobbins (which I actually use, but not very frequently). And what else would there be but a cheese shop, so we do some serious cheese tasting, and we buy some, of course.
Then we take our leave and drive to our spot for the night, but first we pass through a little town, Mogo, with lots of shops where we stop to have a look around. We finish the walk with an icecream.
And then we drive on to: Dry River Rest Area (#624 - S36 28 07, E149 52 00) I have made a note of it in my log and I know we needed a place for the night, but I think we didn't stop here for the night as we didn't particularly like the open space.
|Dry River Rest Area|
I have also pictures of another spot where we stopped along the Princes Highway at approx. 4.30 pm, so I think I have failed to make a correction and below is the rest area for the night. Probably near Brogo.