Kingston

Friday 19th April 2019, Kingston.
In order to minimise the impact of the wind I set off early at 7.30am. The wind tends to increase in strength during the day becoming much stronger in the afternoon. This plan worked as I had arrived in Kingston by very early afternoon with an average speed of over 21km/hr the highest for a few months.
Kingston is a snail, quiet, friendly coastal town. I follow the town’s historical trail (that’s anything after 1850).

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Kingston Fire Cadets doing a brilliant job serving coffee and hot cross buns
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Sundial sculpture. Seemed to be accurate to within 10 minutes

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Oil rig in the Coorong
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Larry the Lobster

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