Day 2 Tanunda Hi folks, I've been told it is my turn to rave on tonight. Have a look a last night's dinner. The yabbies were wonderful and I must say the bucket on the floor of the caravan to catch the shells was a brilliant idea. Not very elegant but very efficient. Today we went to only 2 wineries, Domain Day in Williamstown, just a short drive from here and Jacob's Creek. Domain Day was very interesting and Ray found a lovely red, Saperavi, which was n...
Ray and Denny's Travels
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Day 1 Tanunda Spent the morning wandering the town and talking to the locals. This is one of the most friendly towns we have visited. If we ever dsappear from Mooroopna this would be a likely place to look. After unloading the mornings spoils we ventured out for some wine tasting and found some marvellous wines. Did the big names first but will visit a fair few more in the next three days. Pity someone has to drive. We are having yabbies and salad for dinner w...
Arrived in Tanunda (Barossa Valley) about 4.00pm. Had an interesting day but survived it all. We stopped at Port Germain on Spencer Gulf for a cuppa and saw the car burst out of a cloud of steam. A heater hose burst and sprayed over the hot exhaust. As usual the hose was the first part of the car built and was very difficult to get at. A pair of grey nomads pulled up in a bus and after digging around in the back found a length of heater hose. An hour later we we...
Beautiful sunny day in Whyalla. Did the shareholders inspection on a guided tour of the steelworks. Very impressive and brought back memories of Port Kembla. Had fish and chips for lunch and a lazy afternoon with a "nanna nap". Moving to Tanunda in the Barossa tomorrow after a detour to Port Wakefield for one last go at a seaside town.
Arrived in Whyalla and the sun is shining for the first time in 10 days. Here for 2 days before travelling to the Barossa. Have a good spot on the foreshore. Tomorrow we are going on a tour of the steelworks. Shareholders taking an interest.