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MORNINGTON-JOHNSONVILLE-MERIMBULA

AUSTRALIA | Saturday, 3 October 2009 | Views [430]

Thursday 1st October 2009 left Mornington for our five week trip up north , first calling in on the rel's along the way.

Leaving behind the cold weather was the plan but like all good plans some things just don't go as planned.

Travelling through Gippsland around the Sale area we were amazed to see how much flood water is laying around in the paddocks. Dams were over flowing and river banks had burst. The grass is a beautiful green..not quite the same as the Emerald green we enjoyed when in Ireland.

The rain followed us on our overnight stay at Johnsonville but as we were staying at http://www.breamlodge.com/...Bill's many many fishing trips motel..we didn't have to worry about unpacking the camper in the rain.

The next morning we headed off through Buchan,Cann River,Eden along the way noticing where the fires had been and once again how nature is amazing with the new growth sprouting through.

Arrive in Merimbula and guess what yep more rain and really cold.

Great night spent in with Jeff and Glynis...and her beautiful cooking who could ask for more.

Woke up this morning will there be a change in the weather... no very much like yesterday, but it is only 7am. So hope the sun will shine later.

Later:

Sun came out for a short time, with a bitter wind howling across the ocean beach.

Off out tonight for Tapas.

Great little Tapas bar good night had by all.

Sunday brunch/lunch whatever it was it was more food and very delicious too. Diet is screaming in my head , oh but what the heck its holidays...wrong back on it when we move on from here.

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