Saturday, 3 September 2011

Point Turton and Edithburgh eateries

My guests of yesterday and Thursday enlivened the quiet of the southern Yorke Peninsula arriving in their "mainland" vehicle, a well-maintained veteran Gemini kept at Unley when they are not home in Tasmania. Not only did we enjoy a fine meal, and wonderful sunset with views over Hardwicke Bay, at Tavern on Turton, we also visited Edithburgh to see Edithburgh Lodge on the esplanade where Bill lived as boy. He photographed too the school, which he attended and where both his parents taught.

We lunched at the Location Cafe. Its "outdoor" section is now more indoors than outdoors, and a pleasant environment for a snack or full meal.

Unexpectedly at the salt water swimming pool a seal was seen as it swam around lazily, watched by suspicious cormorants.

Back at home, guests farewelled, I listened to this energetic version of Lonnie Donegan's My Dixie Darling

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