A few sets came through, only about 2 feet at the most, the mal riders were dominating.
This is the view from the carpark back to Goolwa and Day street.
Kym and I laxing on the beach, looks cold eh?
A very dead puffer fish on the beach at dust bowls.
The track down to the back beach coast line. This is a fairly easily accesable track with any kind of four wheel drive, the little subbie (Subaru) did it with ease. One thing that really dissappointed me was the amount of dead Wombats on the roads around beachport this season. I heard from a local that the rabbit colesi (spelling) virus is affecting them this year, I saw 5 dead Wombats in and around Beachport. To me they looked like the had been run over by speeding drivers and four wheel drive enthusiasts. I have only seen two live Wombats in the wild, so to see 5 dead ones in one weekend was distressing! Slow down people.
Lake George, still abit shallow, but still sailable. This is the Saturday, 7th July, just as a squall came in, I am in the water somewhere there, broken boom fitting, trudging back in the mud. Nice rainbow though
The wagon on the spit at Lake George, not much wind, or water to speak of! Lachie doing his best to get the car bogged!