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Mildura to Morgan


We threw out fruit to enter Victoria and restocked only to find out we were going to have to throw it out to enter South Australia and this time they were checking vehicles.  Fortunately we had been warned and ate up what we had.

This landscape shot is deceptive.  We saw plenty of vineyards and orange groves.  But as you move through South Australia the landscape constantly changes.

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  1. Mildura is on my bucket list and I want to eat at the famous Italian Restaurant there.

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  2. Too funny. I thought you have been everywhere!

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