After another night shivering despite adding more more layers of clothing, I woke up with the steely resolve of buying new blankets, somewhere, somehow! We arrived in Ceduna and scoured every store until we found what we were looking for: gorgeous, soft, fluffy blankets! We were even able to select colours to match in with the camper's decor. I was positively ecstatic, and couldn't wait to get them on our beds. How sad am I? We stopped into the Foodland to grab more fruit and veg and I was so impressed with how big and well stocked it was. I think it's in a new building since the last time we came through. The staff were also gorgeous; really happy, friendly people who smilingly tolerated our freedom deprived children tearing up and down the aisles, screaming and giggling like little maniacs. We departed Ceduna with a smile on our faces. I for one was stoked just to have visited somewhere big enough for some reasonable retail therapy! We arrived at Smoky Bay caravan park around 4pm. The park was neat and tidy with really friendly managers, and the little oyster fishing town itself was very quiet with not much except a general store, fishing related sheds, a few streets of houses and the van park. It was again a bit windy and overcast, but I imagine that on a nice day the beach would be gorgeous. We sat down with a couple of drinks, chilli olives, pickled occy and a dozen fresh oysters, eaten straight out of the shell with a squeeze of lime. We decided to buy another 3 dozen to freeze and take to Gaz's family for Christmas lunch, disappointed that we didn't have the freezer space to buy more at only $8.50 a dozen!! My shower was an absolute pleasure after two nights of bucket bathing. I felt clean, happy and very lucky as I snuggled under my beautiful, snuggly new blankets as the cold wind howled outside our camper, rocking us to sleep.