Mena & Port Lincoln

We spent the days following Christmas at Mena Homestead enjoying our time with Kelli, Kye, Lindsay, his kids Dylan and April, cousin Mark, and several of their closest friends. Mena truly is a special place and it was hard to pack up and leave.

View of the sea at sunset
View of the sea at sunset

We didn’t have cellular data at the homestead, so now that we’re in Adelaide here are some pics:

Mena Homestead
Mena Homestead
Pathway to the hundred-year-old hut (our awesome guest house for the week)
Pathway to the hundred-year-old hut (our awesome guest house for the week)
Jess
Jess
Kyle, Kelli, Drew and Jini
Kye, Kelli, Drew and Jini
Kye, Kelli, Drew, Lindsat and Mark
Kye, Kelli, Drew, Lindsay and Mark

Frenchmen’s Beach is only a short 5 minute drive from Kelli’s. It’s a secluded, pristine coast where you’re not likely to encounter any other people. domain data . ask andy trad . Several of Kelli’s friends set up camp at the beach and we spent a couple days visiting and exploring the beaches.

Frenchmen's Beach
Frenchmen’s Beach
Drew getting ready for a chilly swim
Drew getting ready for a chilly swim
Campsite
Campsite
April with a sleepy lizard
April with a sleepy lizard
Preparing lamb gyros
Preparing lamb gyros
Beach selfie
Beach selfie
Drew in the bush
Drew in the bush
Sea at sunset
Sea at sunset
Campsite from top of the sand dune
Campsite from top of the sand dune

We also visited the nearby fishing towns of Coffin Bay and Port Lincoln.

Oyster farm in Coffin Bay
Oyster farm in Coffin Bay
Farm Beach
Farm Beach
Port Lincoln
Port Lincoln
Be mindful of great white sharks
Be mindful of great white sharks
Fishing boats in Port Lincoln
Fishing boats in Port Lincoln
Macabe Diva
Makybe Diva monument
Kingfish farm
Kingfish farm
Jini's first time driving in Australia
Jini’s first time driving in Australia
And she drove this big ole Landcruiser
And she drove this big ole Landcruiser

It was really great having those days with our Down Under family. Hopefully we’ll be able to see them again soon.

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