Published: August 7th 2007April 9th 2007
The Hikers spent some time with family during Easter and exploring parts of the mid North and Riverland.
Our first stop was Burra and a visit to the copper mine.
We then headed to Quinn central to see Peter's family. One of our drives included a visit to the first wind turbine built at Hallett. There was also millions of hoppers around that were really easy to catch.
We drove a little further and did the well-marked, but short Forest walk in the Bundaleer forest. After all the dryness of the countryside it was quite remarkable to be surrounded by so much green.
Our home trip was via Morgan - to see just our slow the flow of the Murray had become - it was barely a trickle. One of our river crossings we were treated to a rare event (according to Peter anyway) a female ferry operator.
We hoped you enjoyed this blog entry. Please leave us a comment. If this activity wasn't the right one for you then remember you can visit our Complete index of our walks/activities by location
to find other walks and things to do in SA.
Hallet wind farm
The first of 45 wind turbines for the hills near Hallett has been completed
Diana Peter and Dan)
There are more photos below