Some of the wineries we sampled were Jim Barry's, Skillogalee, and looked for a couple of Stef's favourites near Angaston - found Rochfords, but the other one was "no longer"
Coffee at Clare, got a new watch battery...thank goodness, I don't know how many times I looked at a 'dead' watch.
The weather had turned cold, windy and miserable. We stayed at the Top Drop motel in Nuriootpa and were recommended to eat the Angus Hotel - the meal was really good and reasonable, a very nice pub and over 150 years old.
The next morning we started off and decided to head for home. Dad stopped and stayed at Stawell and we ploughed on through rain all day to arrive home about 10.00pm.
What an amazing trip.
|Lunch at the park in Angaston - step back in time in the "Comfort Station" behind the statue.|
|The sculpture was titled "Pete's Day Off" not sure if Pete is the horse or the bloke.|
|It is to commemorate the Clydesdale and its contribution to the country.|