After a truly awful night’s sleep, we were going to get up early to shoot sunrise at Lake Taylor, but the skies did not look promising, so we went back to bed to try to get some more sleep. Eventually, we gave up and after breakfast in town, we left Horsham.
Heading via the scenic route to Bendigo via Maryborough we stopped for a few pictures (in the rain again) at the old Rail Station built in 1890.
We headed toward Maldon looking for an old bridge that forms part of the old rail trail, eventually after a bit of messing around, we found it.
By now it was getting late and the rain was still falling (but much gentler now) we decided with everything on our list done, we would head home. I really wanted a good night’s sleep in my bed and perhaps a sleep in as well 🙂
It had been a lovely four days, even with all the rain, which is much needed in many areas we drove through. I got to see some areas not seen before. The Silo Art trail brings people to towns otherwise bypassed on Highways.
I will cover off the Silos one at a time with more images and more information. I hope you have enjoyed our little trip through country Victoria.