From there we went to Lascelles we had a minor engine panic, I think I flooded it as I started it and the engine light came on. We googled it and someone else had had the same problem and were told to continue driving. So off to Lascelles we went
The silos here are painted by Rone, his subjects were Geoff and Marilyn Horman, part of a family that has lived and farmed in the area for four generations.
When we turned the motor home engine on here no engine light!! Wahoo!! I felt so much happier!!
Our next stop was Sealake
This was at the back of one of the shops.
From here we went out to Lake Tyrell a shallow salt lake known for its reflective surface, it was too windy for reflections when we were there but we saw lots of salt!
We had hoped to stay at Sealake but the camping area was full in the powered section so we carried on to Green Lake a bit south.
First Silo for the day was at Nuawil painted by Smug. This shows the farmer and his kelpie.
Next we stopped for lunch at St Arnaud these paintings are on buildings and big water tanks at the train station. I dont know who painted them.