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Mar 6, 2016 - Tanunda to McLaren Vale

We packed up and left Tanunda. Sandy and Ian drove in one car. Margaret and Stephen took their car. Roman, Helen and I rode our bikes. It was a really nice ride to Gawler. Mostly downhill on bike paths for 30km. Hadn't realised how up hill it must have been on the ride there the other day!!! We got to Gawler and stopped for a coffee. Well I had a gelato. Saw Sandy and Ian there before they headed to McLaren Vale. We took our bikes on the train back to Adelaide. Managed to sit in the front seats and excitedly watched the on coming view like...

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Jan 7, 2014 - Trip to mclaren vale

Went for a day trip into mclaren vale. Visited the local brewery for a couple of tastings Marc still likes his beer normal. In to town for a pie and donut as well as sampling choccies and almonds. Brought a bag of cinnamon coated almonds yumo there goes te diet this week here hee Finish off trip up to Christies beach where joshie got to have his first ride on the beach. Back to maslin beach the non nude end before back to the caravan.

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Nov 24, 2012 - McLaren Vale

Almost lost Bon as driver over 'where-to-go' disagreements. Back on the road by 9 DST however, since no one trusts either me or Mari to drive, ha! Again, overcast and cool (30'sC). Saw an amazing Emu in the wild, looked to be 4-5' tall just standing by the side of the road. Beautiful! Unfortunately, altho we turned around we had to drive 4-5 Km back. Lots of road kill, actually I'd call it drought kill since the animals are by the highway to eat the only food available - runoff from road makes the greenery more long lasting. By noon we're...

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Feb 7, 2010 - Wine Valley Heaven - McLaren Vale SA

To limber up the legs I went for a run along the Torrens river on a great cycle path close to Helen's house. Once again - fantastic resource to encourage people to cycle or walk. After breakfast what better way to while away a Sunday afternoon than a visit to a number of wineries and linger over a long lunch?? Southern Australia produces the majority of Australian wines. Jacob's Creek, Peter Lehman and Wolf Blass are all the product of the Barossa Valley and the result of the principally English/German settlers/ immigrants in the 19th...

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