This Adventurous Age

Adventures travelling and working around Australia.

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2000 Travels December 8


In the morning, I phoned a dentist in Port Lincoln and managed to get a 4pm appointment for the afternoon.

We drove to the Lincoln National Park, south of the town,  and followed several tracks that went to interesting sounding bays. The coastal scenery out there was really impressive. With more time, it would have been interesting to take the van and camp out there.

John tried some fishing, but no success. We had lunch out there, though I had to be very cautious about eating!

We were both feeling rather down, because of all the home stuff.

Back to Port Lincoln to the dentist. He put a new filling on the tooth, but said it might not last long. He still charged me $190!

On the way back to Coffin Bay, we bought another dozen oysters each.

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The waterways of Coffin Bay

For tea, we had the oysters half natural, half Kilpatrick style. We followed these with bought fish and chips – John had whiting, I had flake. All very yummy.

We drove 186kms today.