Monday, September 23, 2013
A couple of weekend ago, Inspector Climate and I spent the weekend in Echuca. I've now lived in Australia for nearly six years, and I hadn't seen the Murray River. I felt like that was sinful. So for those you non-Australians, Echuca is basically directly north of Melbourne and is on the world's sixth largest river, The Murray, which forms the border between Victoria and New South Wales. With that geography lesson out of the way. Let's take a look at a few photos.
Not just for kids, yo. Although that being said, I think the captain of the ship thought that Inspector Climate and I were teenagers because we were travelling with Mrs. Climate. The captain said to Mrs Climate, "they get so much more fun to travel with at this age, don't they"...awkward.
A cute little paddle steamer with a very cute door.
We drove a few miles down river to check out a weir. Inspector Climate says hello!
Pretty river sunsets.
Self explanatory no? Well, depending on what country you're in.