Kevin White and houseboat trip Yarrawonga to SA Murray River
Submitted by Kevin White
on October 14, 2009
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Hi, I’m Kevyn, a semi retired looking for a companion to accompany me on a journey from Yarrawonga down the Murray river to SA (Berri)
I have a very small house boat with the following amenities,
- Fridge, Stove, shower, toilet.
- Twin Share with 2 Single fold away beds
- Quad Bike
Expect Companion to be self sufficient and help with fuel costs.
Dates: Leaving 24th, October, 2009 – still contact me if you want to come
Duration: 8 weeks
Will return to Yarrawonga by road at end of trip.
Phone: 03 9751 2868
Mobile: 0448 064 397
Thanks, Kevyn White
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