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Sep 27, 2013 - Alford, Ardrossan

27/09 School holidays have started and the park started to fill up, but we were leaving anyway. Decided to stop over in Alford at a community park there which is donation only. Clean toilets, water tanks, BBQ’s and seating even a hills hoist. This used to be an old school site. We wandered down to the Alford Hotel to watch some of the Grand Final and were greeted by the loveliest bunch of people. They welcomed us in like they have known us all our life. Alford has a population of 30 and I think they were all at the pub and they were all...

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Sep 29, 2011 - Day Four - Tanunda to Ardrossan

Last night was a wet weather doozie! Strong winds and heavy rain but the tent held up and once again the heater worked triumphantly! We packed up in the rain and made our way to Maggie Beers Farm Shop in Nuriootpa, with a quick detour to Chateau Tanunda. We arrived a little too early for the chateaus cellar door but enjoyed the gardens and buildings. Elissa was so excited to finally be at Maggie Beers Farm Shop, she didnt know where to look or start first. We started off sampling everything on offer including pates, vinegars, wines, jams,...

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Aug 10, 2011 - Ardrossan

Ardrossan, another nice town on the Yorke Peninsular I’m sorry we only have Cornish Pasties said the lady at the Bakery. Mr Gnome explained to her that was exactly what we wanted and we had driven all the way from Canberra for one, well maybe a couple we bought some for dinner…. The Cornish pasty is known and loved throughout Great Britain and Ireland and not surprisingly when a Cornish pasty recipe so simple and easy. The pasty evolved for Cornish tin miners, who, unable to return to the surface at lunchtime had a hearty, easy to hold and...

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