Sunday, 24 February 2013

This is the wind farm which generates electricity at Edithburgh which is at the heel of the Yorke Peninsula.We started off from Point Turton and headed to Warooka, Yorketown, Edithburgh, Coobowie. Passed Flaherty's corner, Flaherty's Beach, and Flaherty's cottages.  On the way across more old dilapidated buildings were there and a school  .Warooka has a Butcher, Fruit and Vegetables and a Thrifty Link .  Light lunches and devonshire teas are served in an old manor house. Warooka has a Post office, IGA, Hotel/Motel, a new building(things looking up),Pharmacy, Hair Persuasions.  Even saw a chook scratching in the front garden of a house.  On the verandah of one old house I spotted a rocking chair. Sheep graze around here. It looks like salt lake country. Peesey Park is on the left. Fashion jewellery. Pine trees are by the road. Another salt lake surfaces. Edithburgh is a nice place by the sea. They still have old homes. It has a Bowling Green, Tennis Courts and a school.  Even an old church and a van park.  Also modern houses.They have a little jetty. Saw a Pelican on the water.  Tall pine trees on the Esplanade by the sea. Came across another jetty and Location Cafe. They have a swimming pool and grain silos  .Coowbie is a lovely place by the sea.We went to Giles Point and Port Giles. They have grain and once again have a conveyor belt to load grain on to ships. Reckon there is 100 plus silos. It is very dry.

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