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Last week we were on the west coast of Eyre Peninsula in South Australia. This week I take you to the east coast, to a little town called Port Gibbon. Pt Gibbon is located between Arno Bay and Cowell. These structures are known locally as the igloos. They were built during WW2 but were never used because peace was declared before their completion. Now they sit in a farmer paddock where he uses them for grain storage.
And now onto the weather. This photo was taken on Monday around lunchtime from the same location as the first one. As you can see, not a lot has changed! I think the wheat crop has been reapt. It has been an unusual week weather wise. We had rain (6mm – 1/4 inch) on Wednesday, frustrating those farmers who are trying to reap what little crops they have.
Monday 10th Nov. Max Temp: 31C, Min Temp: 11C, Rainfall: 0mm