Leaving the Yorke Peninsula yesterday we travelled through more little towns with historic homes & buildings, one of those , Ardrossan also had a huge grain facility capable of storing 420, 000 tonnes grain as well as the locally mined dolomite. Moving on through Port Wakefield & then on towards Adelaide. What a nightmare Adelaide traffic was & we didn’t even go right into the City! Finally found our way back towards the coastline, heading for the Fleurieu Peninsula (floo-ree-oh) & stopped for some lunch on the point at Maslin Beach, being entertained by a hang glider while we ate. Continued on through huge awe inspiring steep rolling hills, dotted with sheep & patterned with vineyards, Olive Groves & almond plantations. A huge statue belonging to the Nan Hai Pu Tuo Temple greeted us, towering over the gullies below, a magnificent reservoir in the middle of these hills & dales & finally to stop for tonight – Cape Jervis Station and Caravan Park perched on green hills overlooking Kangaroo Island that used to be a sheep station complete with some old stone buildings – we were the only occupants. To top it off we watched the Kangaroo Island Ferry loading vehicles ready to return to the island and a beautiful sunset. More tonight from Victor Harbor.