Fog then fine and sunny was the forecast. Well, not where we went, though we started in sunshine. It lasted about 10 mins then we rode in fog for 20 min. After that it was overcast, then drizzly, then foggy and drizzly, then sunny, then raining! The whole time it remained a sunny winter’s day in Geelong – just as forecast!
We had a great ride nevertheless.375 kms is pretty good for a winter’s day in these parts. Our route – Geelong to Timboon via Colac. Timboon to Apollo Bay via Port Campbell, the 12 Apostles and Lavers Hill – some of that GOR leg was in fog and drizzle.
Timboon – they make stuff in this
But Mitch bought this …. Actually it was only 11.00am, so we all had hot chocolates to drink
Some fans. Marty’s relieved to have some respite! “She could talk under wet cement” is the phrase that comes to mind!
She’s still talking! …..get those earplugs in Mitch!
Apollo Bay for lunch
A ’57 I think. It sounded so sweet. A sensational V8 rumble as they took off.
Mitch headed home via the GOR, Marty and I went visiting, then headed home via Forrest with a stop at the brewery, though nothing but hot chocolates passed our lips. Despite some wet roads and less than ideal conditions, we had a sensational day of riding.