Monday 27th January - TraralgonYAY. Home and Away starts again tonight and it's on for 90 minutes. Down to 14.5 last night and upto 26.7. We've decided to stay here another day, as we have a couple of days up our sleeves. We took a drive to Walhalla today. A very windy road with lots of hairpin bends and narrow in some places. S9ome steep sections going both up and down. Coming back seemed easier than getting there. The drive goes through state forest, pine forest and also rain forest. Walhalla is an historic quaint town with its own railway. During the gold rush it housed over 3500 people and had a school with over 500 children in attendance. Today it only has around 20 people living there full time. It's been well preserved and you can do a gold mine tour if you want. Also, the railway, now kept alive by enthusiasts, offers rail journeys from the station through Stringers Creek Gorge to the Thompson River. There is a heritage walk through town, clearly highlighting the old buildings with explanation boards. A great place to visit and camp if you want to. Clive bought me some scones with cream and jam. He went to get himself a pastie and they are sold out. No pies either or bread to make a sandwich. Seems that they have had a really busy weekend here with tourists and campers. No food for him so heading back home to enjoy my scones.