|At A1 Caravan park|
The last town before heading onto the Nullarbor we were told that there was a fruit and vegie declaration station just as you left the township heading west.
We had been caught out with a weeks worth of the stuff at the Vic/SA boarder so we were going to be really clever and be very prepared this time- we were not fools.
So, we decided to stay the night and get it done properly.
Naturally, we chose the cheapest caravan park, which also happened to be the dodgy-est looking. No problems, we were here for an adventure!
There wasn't really much going for the town itself. Shops and take away food places for the most part.
|Exploring the rocks… then came back snorkeling later|
But there was the beach and our newly acquired snorkeling gear so as I holed myself up in the van doing yet more assignment work Rasmus took the kids out to get wet and wild :o)
They had a fab time and I got nothing done as the internet dropped out and I didn't know how to get it back, or contact my computer techie (hubby).
In their absence I did managed to get all the vegies cooked up and the fruit disposed of in an orderly manner (instead of the guzzling that occurred at the last border!).
It was a peaceful and pleasant night despite the permanent park livers enjoying a beer or 15 during the heat of the day-and night! And with power included in the park's fee I could fall asleep to the humming of the television's late night movie-I love doing that :o)
|I don't think squirrels come here often|
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