|Today’s Distance: 75km||Total Distance: 280.7km|
Today we biked from Yarram to the city of Sale. It is our longest day biking and we cycled on the South Gippsland Highway which is an A road. We had engineered this day to be on Sunday and traffic was light to non-existent for much of the day and there was a wide verge which made cycling nice. We saw kangaroos and lots and lots of gum trees. There was a straight section which lasted for over 20km but it wasn’t boring riding.
We arrived in Sale at 2pm as we’d made good time biking. We set up the tent, showered then went for a walk around the CBD. We did some groceries and then went to an Irish bar where we met a nice Aussie who had just got back from a holiday in NZ to watch the AFL game in Wellington. He is married to a lady from the Orkney Islands so we chatted about Scotland, AFL, NZ and the cycling coming up.
Highlight of the day: The distance and the heat lamps in the showers.