The Good Life

Killiecrankie Bay

Killiecrankie Bay

28-31 December 2013

He reached out his hand to shake mine, saying “Welcome to Flinders Island”.  What a way to be greeted as I stepped onto the sands at Killiecrankie.  As a previous leaseholder of Hogan Island he knew exactly what we were doing and how we were doing it.

It seemed the whole world wanted to care for us: within that first hour on Flinders I’d learned about the yoga retreat I could join, regular holiday makers befriended us letting us know the local cafe had just re-opened and we’d set up camp in a sheltered glade in the Killiecrankie campsite.

The weather gods that had greatly favoured the first big week of our expedition, providing both challenging and benign conditions, chose to throw gales our way.  The enforced four days at Killiecrankie proved to be a joy… yoga, exploration, good food, music, new friends, long beach walks, a museum visit and well-earned rest.

Crossing Bass Strait

Trip Days 6-9

Saturday 28-Tuesday 31 December 2013

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