5th February 2019
Sometimes you keep moving, like we’d been moving on from one camp spot to the next for five weeks as we meandered the coastline of South Australia.
This wasn’t how we’d planned our trip as we’d decided to slow things down by spending at least four/five nights at each camp. But the wind and drizzle was depressing. So we kept moving. Which is how we came to be in Kingston SE weeks sooner than anticipated.
We had blue skies, calm days and we biked the coastal cycleway, lay on white beaches and swam in the pristine water of the ocean. For two nights we camped beachside, were adopted by a pair of Magpies, spent happy hour watching spectacular sunsets and sauntered along the jetty checking out fishermen’s catches.
Day Twelve of the 2019 A-Z Challenge which I am participating in during the month of April. The challenge is to post six days a week, Sunday respite or catching up with other participants and their posts. Each of the twenty-six days represents a letter of the alphabet and while each post stands alone they form part of a loose theme reflecting our retirement trip around Australia.