Our time in Wallaroo is coming to a close. It has been jam packed with fishing, crabbing , swimming and sight seeing.
Visited nearby towns of Moonta and Port Hughes. Beautiful beaches and bays, every town has a fishing jetty, with anglers trying for Blue Swimmer Crabs and squid.
Quaint town centres, a lot of the buildings are original stone houses.
Today was about 44 degrees very hot. Surprising though that If you get into shade ( even under an umbrella) the temperature becomes bearable (depending on what you are doing)
We went scouting today for our next location.
Visited the towns of Balgowan, Port Victoria and lunched at Ardrossan.
Found a beach camp which will be our next stop.
On our way back to camp stopped to look at the ruins of an old Copper Mine.
Amazing to see buildings dating back to the late 1800's, it was so hot but knowing we were moving on we stopped to do the tourist run.
We were nearly melting when we caught up with Tone, Col and the boys at the jetty. Everyone had a great time with the exception of Col and I jumping off the jetty.
When we got back to the van, it was 39 degrees inside. On with the air conditioner to cool things down. Thank goodness!
Pete and I are sitting here at 10 pm eating freshly cooked KIng George Whiting and squid and having a quiet drink, very relaxing.
Sadly it is the end of the holiday for Col who has headed to Adelaide this evening to fly out in the morning back to the coast :(
Col we'll keep the flag up high and ensure that we look after your boys and have a great time :)