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Dec 2, 2015 - Yarram

The weather was very unsettled today – sunny one minute & raining the next but chilly all the time so not much good for doing anything outdoors. I decided it was a better day to drive the 70 kms into Sale which is a much bigger town than Yarram whose population is just over 2,000. I stopped off just outside Sale to look at the remarkable old swing bridge which was built in the 1880s to allow for better shipping access & make Sale quite an important inland port. The bridge has been beautifully restored & operates on the weekends so I might...

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Mar 4, 2013 - Meeting up with Ash & Tarsh

We took the boat up the river for a spin before packing it away and leaving for Sale to see Ash and Tarsh who have just come back from their honeymoon. We had a great catchup with them and saw their new place. We went out to the Irish pub for a meal. It's so great to catch up with them. A week ago they surprised everyone at their 'engagement' party by turning it into a wedding and what a lovely day it was. Everyone was so surprised. David had the wonderful privilege of marrying them. Only the wedding party and close family knew of the...

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Aug 20, 2012 - Sale

Sale is a pretty little place and we enjoyed our couple of days there. We stayed at the Showgrounds/Caravan Park, $19 per night with power and water. The Greyhound Club is within walking distance and we went there for tea one night. Fairly exy but a good meal. We visited Lake Guthridge and Lake Guyatt (both man-made lakes) and were very impressed. There were plenty of wood animal carvings and metal cut-outs of birds up on poles, also a maze to walk through before you can go across the bridge over the lake. There was an Analemmatic Sundial...

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Nov 8, 2008 - Bega and Eden

Free camp just north of Sale. We're in Victoria! JOSH: Today I went to Bega Cheese Factory. I tasted cheese. I liked KAMAKI. I bought Kamaki (type of cheese). There was something about old fashioned milking. We also went to a whale museum (Killer Whales). There was Old Tom's bones there (the real ones). There was a "Ned Kelly" exhibition on. It was interesting. JOEL: Today I went to a cheese factory and it showed how you made cheese in the olden days. At the front of the cheese factory there was a giiirrrrly cow and a boy cow And the girl...

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